Child restraint anchorage systems should have__________lower anchorages.

A. one

B. four

C. two

D. three

Answer: C



Something that establishes strength, location and accessibility requirements for lower anchor bars and top tether anchors used for securing a child restraint in a motor vehicle is Child Restraint  Anchorage Systems. Its purpose is to lower the likelihood of anchorage systems failure, and to increase the likelihood that child restraints are protected properly and thus fully realize their potential in vehicles.