Subaru, Pet Advocates to Put Safety Restraints to the Test Subaru of America forms a partnership with the Center for Pet Safety to fund testing of automotive safety restraints for pets. There are no current performance standards or test protocols in the U.S. for pet-travel products. The auto maker and the nonprofit research and advocacy agency will create standards for testing restraints and announce those that perform best. A preliminary pilot study by the center tested commonly ...
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