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As of 2020, all of the seats that allow lower anchors and seat belts at the same time feature rigid LATCH (which is a safer installation method than a lower anchor strap or a seat belt) and. First, as kids get heavier, most car seats require you to use the seat belt rather than the lower anchors of the LATCH system, as the seat belt is stronger. Second, car seats that feature rigid.
The answer is usually NO. Using lower LATCH anchors and a seat belt for installation of your child’s 5-point harness restraint is not permitted by most car seat and vehicle manufacturers. It is a common.
Car seats have special slots on the backs and sides (depending on the model) that allow a seat belt to be threaded through, anchoring it to the vehicle’s seat and making it safe for children to sit. Car safety seats may be installed with either the vehicle’s seat belt or its LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) system. LATCH is an attachment system for car safety seats. Lower.
Forward-facing car seats must be installed either using the LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) system, or a three-point seat belt with top tether anchor. A vehicle with the LATCH system will have lower metal anchors where the seat cushions meet. LATCH allows a car seat to be secured without using a seat belt. Every car seat needs to be installed using either the lower anchors or a seat belt to secure it in place, never both.
If you choose to use a seat belt to install your car seat, pay close attention to how to “lock”. In general, these should not be used in combination with the car’s seat belt. The tether on a forward-facing car seat is a strap that helps stabilize the car seat, reducing movement of the seat and the child in the event of a crash, and is designed to be used in conjunction with the lower anchors.
Make sure the car safety seat is installed tightly in the vehicle with either lower anchors or a locked seat belt. If you can move the seat at the belt path more than an inch side to side or front to. NOTE: Lower anchors are used INSTEAD of the vehicle’s safety belt to secure the child safety seat to the vehicle.
Tethers are used IN ADDITION to the lower anchors OR the vehicle’s safety belt to secure a.
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