Transcript for Top 2019 cars for easy car seat installation
Today kicks off child passenger safety week and we have a "Gma" exclusive. Cars.com is revealing its 2019 honor roll of cars that are easiest for installing car seats. Jenni Newman, editor in chief of cars.com is here to show us why they made the list. Certified child passenger safety technician. Correct. Tell us what you're looking for before they make it on the honor roll. We install car seat, three different kinds into all the test cars that come into our offices at cars.com and we're trying to evaluate which cars are best for car seats so we're looking at how they knit as well as the latch system. You've got 13 that made your honor roll. The most ever. Why so many? Well, automakers are really paying attention to the latch system. It's federally mandated but they're not all created equal and so as more and more automakers are making it their focus they're doing a better job of making them accessible. This is the Toyota Camry. 2019 Toyota Camry. Why can this on the list? You can see this is the latch anchors and there are two sets in every car and what we love about the Camry is it's so easy to connect to them. You don't have to dig into the seats like a lot of other car. You think about the older cars where you kind of have to dig around and pull them out. You have another one. You had a lot of Su. Versus. This is the Hyundai, right, Santa fe. Yes. What is it about this one. This is also redesigned. You can see those seat belt buckles in there, the bases are stable and easy so little kids in booster seats can use independently and we love it because it was our midsized SUV winner for 2019. Another thing that stands out about the Santa fe here is the top tether anchors. A lot aren't well marked. This one is and parents forget to use this important piece of equipment when their children move to forward facing car seats. All of this is just making it a little easier for parents. This can be so daunting. It is so daunting. You know, I'm a certified car seat technician, it took 40 hours of training to learn how to install them correctly and there is continuing education beyond that so for parents it's understandable they're struggling with this. Thank you. It's really great to have you. You can find out about all of these vehicles on cars.com on the honor roll there on our website.
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