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The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is calling on manufacturers, retailers, researchers and consumer groups to help improve the use and safety of child car seats and the special anchors used to attach them to vehicles – especially in light of new evidence indicating parents are often unsure of the best way to install the life-saving devices. National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Nicole R. Nason issued the challenge at the opening of a day-long summit with industry leaders and consumer advocates aimed at improving child car seat safety.
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