RECARO Child Safety, LLC has determined that select ProRIDE and Performance RIDE Convertible Car Seats manufactured between April 9th, 2010 to June 9th, 2015 fail to conform to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 571.213 Child Restraint Systems. When the affected child seats are installed using the top tether, the top portion of the restraint can crack and allow the top tether to separate from the restraint.
|About - Recaro Pro-Ride|
The Recaro Pro-Ride is part of the car seat test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, convertible car seat models like the Pro-Ride are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
|About This Brand|
A German company more commonly associated with automobile seats than child seats, Recaro’s reputation is well known in original equipment automobile and motorsport seat technology but extends to a full line of child restraints and aircraft seats as well. Recaro offers a range of child restraints from convertibles to boosters in the U.S.
|Features & Specs - Recaro Pro-Ride|
|Rear facing weight range (lbs.)||5-35|
|Forward facing weight range (lbs.)||20-65|
|Height range (in.)||Less than 50|
|Seat weight (lbs.)||21|
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