I’m Laura Reynolds with CarPro.com. September is National Child Passenger Safety Awareness Month and Nissan reminds you to check your child car safety seats for damage and counterfeit seats. AAA Senior Manager of Public Affairs Robert Sinclair Junior says quote “Don't install a used seat, an expired seat, or a seat that's been in a collision, and make sure it was tested according to federal standards." Sinclair Junior continues with "It's also crucial to make sure you're using a car seat correctly to keep your child safe in a crash. If installed properly, the car seat should not be able to move more than an inch in any direction at the belt path and there should be no slack if you pinch the strap at the child's shoulder.” End quote. Nissan Snug Kids program has evaluated hundreds of car seats and offers a guide for parents to select the proper seat for Nissan and INFINITI vehicles here. For more information on these and other vehicles, check out CarPro. com. With Today’s Auto News, I’m Laura Reynolds.
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