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Safety concerns were raised when four models of toddler booster child car seats had parts break in a Consumer Reports' evaluation. The four seats included the Britax Frontier ClickTight, Britax Pioneer, Cosco Finale, and Harmony Defender 360.

Seats were evaluated for their crash protection on a scale of Basic, Better, and Best. All four of these seats score a “Basic” for crash protection. Testing unveiled the load-bearing components at the rear of the seats broke when the weight of dummies was close to the maximum limit for its harness system. 

It is important to note that you should continue to use your child's car seat unless you have another one to replace it. You can review more about the findings and next steps from these crash tests here.

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