If you’ve ever installed a child safety seat in a vehicle, you know that doing so can be a complicated and confusing event. Below are a few facts about safety seat evaluation ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that you should keep in mind if you have young children and you’re planning to purchase a new vehicle.

LATCH stands for Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children, and a vehicle’s LATCH rating is based upon several different factors that include the location and accessibility of the various components that are used to anchor a child safety seat into the vehicle. The amount of force that it takes to engage the components and the general ease-of-use of the system are also considerations when formulating a vehicle’s LATCH rating.

If you have questions about LATCH evaluations for new vehicles, the team at Bob Utter Kia is here to help. We’ll gladly answer all your questions about this important matter when you visit our convenient location here in Sherman.



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