Figure 2. Child restraint system (CRS) misuse.

Figure 2. Child restraint system (CRS) misuse 14

* of the 3,442 CRSs observed in this study, 72.6 percent displayed one or more types of critical misuse.

Critical misuse is defined as forms of misuse identified by a panel of experts that could reasonably be expected to raise the risk of injuries to a child in the event of a crash.

From: 1, Introduction

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