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  • Ted Lauchland posted at 1:05 pm on Wed, Jul 25, 2012.

    Ted Lauchland Posts: 253

    You would think the car manufacturers would do a better job in meeting the need in back seat design to satisfy the child seat support laws now that it extends to seven years of age and/or size limits. That can be the life of a car .10 years down the road aftermarket child seats would not be an issue. Past issues from Popular Science Magazine had suggested a hinged bucket type seat that would catch a person from a head on collision. - Not perfect but a good direction. Straight jackets even I cannot stand for very long let alone sitting on a board. So much for road trips.

  • Robert Jacobs posted at 6:47 am on Wed, Jul 25, 2012.

    Robert Jacobs Posts: 298

    You think that's bad. Just pay attention to how mommy and daddy drive that car that is hauling these children around! They are cutting each other off, tailgating at 70 mph plus. They are cutting across three lanes of traffic on the freeway at 70mph to get to that exit they almost missed. They throw things at each other, and flip each other off. They cut in front of another vehicle whom they perceive to have dis-respected them and slam on the brakes in order to teach that driver a lesson! I see this almost every day, so these kids without proper seating is just one more thing to shorten their life expectancy!

    Mommy and Daddy are arrogant and moronic fools to be sure....


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