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is threaded through the buckle, adjuster, and harness retainer. The harnesses meet the same strength requirements as those for adult seat belts. Childhood Education (Spring 1997 174. Covers may not fit or may have been sewn incorrectly; if so, they are returned to the supplier and resewn. Physical printing of labels and instructions is usually done by printers subcontracted by car seat manufacturers. National Highway Traffic Safety Association. This "universal attachment system" uses attachment belts in different locations on the safety seat than current designs, so the safety seat will require considerable redesigning and strengthening. Other parts like incorrectly made buckles are discarded. Quality Control, manufacturers maintain a quality control department and an established inspection system. The true safety seat for children was invented in England by Jean Ames in 1962.
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The seats are padded with foam. Drivers are about twice as likely to be fatally injured in crashes in which the left rear passenger was unrestrained compared with crashes in which the passenger was belted, a 2013 University of Virginia study found. Claghorns invention fizzled, but cars with seat belts begin to appear.
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In the.S., an estimated 50,000 people die in car wrecks. The assembly process is also environmentally and worker friendly. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that only 11 percent of those in cars make use of their seat belts. Coloring, which varies among the seat models, is added to the plastic. 1965 Europe requires front seat belts Front seat belts become a requirement for cars manufactured in Europe. In honor of the 2011 Click It or Ticket campaign (May 23June 5 we decided to research the fascinating subject of seat belt history. The latest study fills this gap.
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