According to a recent article, 10 obsolete car seats have been replaced.
The seats were replaced during a GPD-led safety clinic for a number of reasons, including the child outgrowing the seat. According to the reports, some of the seats needed replacement because of missing labels, which could hide issues with that model of seat and pose hazards to children.
Sometimes, seats that are borrowed or loaned to the family may not be as functional as others, which has also prompted safety experts to replace the product.
The car seat clinic is conducted annually by the police department as part of the Permanent Fitting Station requirements, which mandates one car seat clinic to be hosted per year.
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GPD-led safety clinic sees 10 obsolete car seats replaced