Study shows majority of child seats installed improperly

By News Staff

news@abc6.com 

There are new concerns about car seat safety and how difficult they can be to install.

One study showed that 70% of child seats were installed with a mistake, which could mean some injuries to children in accidents are not being prevented.

The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety is calling on auto makers to make it easier.

They tested a hundred cars, for the ease of use of the hardware to latch seats to and only three reached the top rating of good and most were poor or marginal.

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