We have all seen heartbreaking news stories about children who are killed or injured in car accidents because their child restraint system was not properly anchored. This is a problem that can be easily fixed by requiring lower anchorages for child restraint systems. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has already been working on this issue, and hopefully, soon we will see change.

Bullet points: – require lower anchorages for child restraint systems. – The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has already been working on this issue, and hopefully, soon we will see change. – Lower anchorages will keep child restraint systems in place, which could save lives. – require lower anchorages for child restraint systems. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has already been working on this issue, and hopefully, soon we will see change. Lower anchorages will keep child restraint systems in place, which could save lives. How to contact me: Email [email protected] with any questions or comments you have about the article! Or come find me at our booth at Maker Faire Boston sometime this weekend! I’ll be there all day Saturday and Sunday morning (I’m not sure what time my shift starts)! If you’re coming by later than that email before so I can make sure someone is there during your visit.

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