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2007 Volvo C70 Owner Comments

problem #1

Oct 102006

C70

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

I am a little concerned about a commercial I just viewed with a line something like "who would you buy a Volvo for?". a young girl - who is chatting up a storm - is placed in the middle back seat of a Volvo SUV. Her father ensures she is secured with a regular seatbelt. My concern is it is questionable about her size/weight/height to be placed in a regular car seat. She looks like she should be secured by a booster seat. The current guidelines are" a belt positioning booster seat is typically recommended for children who are 4 to 8 years old or who weigh at least 40 pounds and are up to 4 feet 9 inches tall.* a proper fit is obtained when the lap belt fits across the hips and the shoulder belt fits across the child's shoulder and chest. (taken directly off the NHTSA website). In the commercial, it appears that the regular lap/shoulder harness belt rides up over the child's neck. Can you please verify the age/weight/height of the girl used in the commercial. If she does not meet federal recommendations for a regular lap/shoulder belt, this commercial should be removed and Volvo should be mandated to air commercials promoting the current booster seat recommendations.

- Rochster, NY, USA

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