New research from The Ohio State University School of Medicine finds child car seats and vehicle seats don't align properly more than 40% of the time.
In an effort to help solve this problem, researchers collected measurements from 61 vehicles and 59 car seats. Data from nearly 3,600 potential car seat-vehicle combinations and 34 physical installations were studied. That's when it was determined that many car seats don't fit into the seat properly, increasing the risk of injury to a child.
From a press release:
"I want to emphasize that all car seats are safe and have passed federal regulations. But to...