Officials ordered Graco to explain why the recall didn’t include an additional seven rear-facing child seats in the recent recall of 3.8 million Graco child seats.
The recent Graco recall included child seats sold from 2009 through 2013 by Graco Children’s Products Inc. of Atlanta. The problem with the seats is said to make it difficult to remove children from the child safety seats, which could increase the risk of injury in the event of a car accident.
Graco however is confident that its car seats are safe and comply with NHTSA’s standards. They claim they’ve rigorously tested the seats to be sure they far exceed federal requirements.
For information on how to order a replacement bucklet or ask questions, here are tips from KTRK.com:
Those with a Graco car seat can order a replacement bucklet online. Graco says the seats can still be used while waiting for the new buckle.
Anyone with questions should contact Graco’s customer service team at 800-345-4109 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit www.gracobaby.com.
For information on Graco child seats recalled and those that may be recalled, please see the list from KTRK.com below:
The seat models included in the recall are as follows:
Classic Ride 50
My Ride 65
My Ride with Safety Surround
My Ride 70
Size 4 Me 70
The seven remaining models not included in the recall are the following rear facing infant seats:
Infant Safe Seat-Step 1
Snugride Click Connect 40
Source: KTRK.com, “Graco Could Recall more Child Seats,” March 7, 2014