Recently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced it would create a new resource on Safecar.gov that would collect information from automakers regarding which child restraints fit properly in their specific vehicles. And although details of NHTSA’s Vehicle-CRS Fit Program are still being finalized, Nissan North America is already on board. In fact, the company has been helping consumers learn which child-restraint systems properly fit in Nissan (and Infiniti) vehicles since 2002.
That’s when Nissan launched its industry-leading Snug Kids program, developed directly in response to consumer interest in this important information. But first, a Nissan team of certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians personally devoted thousands of hours to evaluating hundreds of child-safety seats for compatibility with Nissan (and Infiniti) vehicles.