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What are the advantages of a latched booster seat?
- The booster seat, when latched, does not become a dangerous projectile when not in use.
- The seat remains in the proper position when the child enters and exits the vehicle.
- Because a latched booster does not move, there is a more consistent seat belt fit through the duration of occupancy.
- Latching directly to the seat anchors improves positioning of the booster in most vehicles — there's less room for variance in installation.