The company Britax Child Safety recalled Thursday 75.890 car seats for babies because of the danger of rupture of the bag for charging.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA for its acronym in English), the recall affects Safe B-35, B-Safe 35 Elite and 35 B-Safe Travel System models manufactured between October 1, 2014 and the July 1, 2015.
Stop using the chair immediately be installed until the repair kit.
Consumers who registered their chairs Britax automatically receive a repair kit.
To record a hit record or verify www.bsafe35recall.com visiting chair.
You can still use the seat when secured to a vehicle or a cart.
According to the NHTSA handles affected chairs can crack and eventually break. So far received 74 complaints of cracked or broken and reported a case of an infant suffered a concussion and a blow to the head and the handle broken chair falling to the ground loops.
71,000 affected units were sold in the United States, 3,900 in Canada and 990 in Mexico.