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In a head-on crash at 56km/h, only one child car seat got top marks

In a head-on crash at 56km/h, only one child car seat got top marks



2018-05-17T02:00:09+0000

Only one of 22 children's car seats tested in a Crashlab provided a child with maximum five-star protection against traumatic injuries to the head, neck and torso in a head-on collision at nearly 60km/h.

The Nuna Klik (rear-facing) child car seat was the only restraint to score five stars for the protection it provided in frontal, side and oblique crash tests at speeds ranging from 56km/h to 32km/h.



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