Car Seat Check Recap

Car Seat’s Car Seat Check is nearly a year old now, and since our last recap, the family-oriented car blog has nearly doubled the number of tests.

In the Car Seat Check, our testers install a rear-facing infant-safety seat, a convertible child-safety seat (forward- and rear-facing) and a high-back booster seat in various positions. In these tests, editors Kelsey Mays and Jennifer Newman — who is also a certified car-seat technician — examine the Latch system, ease of installation how many car seats can fit into a vehicle.

Since early October, we’ve covered 24 vehicles. To check out the first 25 models, go here. Check out every week for the latest Car Seat Checks.  

By Colin Bird | December 10, 2010 | Comments (1)


Good info about seat check..i was looking for list of cars having mother proof seat check..

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