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Evenflo is issuing a voluntary recall on certain model car seats manufactured from 2011 through 2014. Details and a list of model numbers are available.

 

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Effecting approximately 3.8 million seats across 13 models.

Its is the first wheelchair retractor tie-down system for school buses.

Updated to reflect changes in the law including the new maximum speed limit.

Under the proposal, the new test will simulat a side impact crash at 30 mph.

Lap & shoulder belts are now required in all seating positions in all new motorcoaches and other large buses.

Consumer reports will take in to consideration the amount of time a seat can use LATCH vs. seat belts

Recall affects only those Car Seat Bases G2 (Model No. ORB822000) manufactured between March 20, 2013 and July 20, 2013 with one of the following Batch Numbers: A0840, A0860 and A0880

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