We are not clear on what manufacturers and the Retail Council of Canada, the RCC, contributed to the resistance that the department was putting up to the idea of regulating anchorages at the time of the audit. They were proposing a label on the car seat as a solution. By the way, the audit did not examine the accessories, specifically the car seats and the tires. However, since the anchorages are components of the car, they were part of our audit.
Their solution is not to regulate the vehicle by modifying the strength of the anchorage, but to amend the regulations about the use of the children's car seats. The idea is to advise parents that, after a certain weight, they must use the anchorage as well as the harness.