USA: New child safety restraints now mandatory
An improved restraint system for new child safety seats has been made mandatory in American cars since last week (Sept 1, 2002). The restraints, a top tether and a lower set of attachments, operate independently of the vehicle seat belt and adapt to recent government-mandated safety changes to the main body of cars.
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