Recaro, the leader in automobile seat technology, is introducing the ProSeries line of car seats to protect your most precious passengers. The ProSeries is the latest addition to the popular car seat manufacturer's line of child seats based on Recaro's race-track proven mobile seating technology.
The new ProSeries includes the ProRide, ProSport and ProBooster seats, each specifically designed to deliver comfort and safety as your child grows and available through nationwide retailers.
"Every year, thousands of children are injured or killed in vehicle crashes. In fact, crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 3 and older in the United States. Securing your children properly in appropriate child safety seats, in the back seat of your vehicle, is the most effective thing you can do to protect them in the event of a crash" according to NHTSA (the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration). That is why the ProSeries was designed as a series of seats to protect your child as they grow.
The new ProRide convertible seat allows parents to use the seat when their children need to face the rear and then turn it to face forward as their little one grows. The seat is designed for children from 5-70 lb and 50 inches in height or less.
The Recaro ProSport is a combination harness to booster car seat appropriate for children weighing between 20 and a "Best in Class" 90 lb when used in harness mode and 30 to 120 lb when used in booster mode. A child must also be less than 59 inches tall to use the ProSport.
The Recaro ProBooster is for children from 30 to 120 lb and from 37 to 61 inches in height. This innovative seat has 11 head restraint positions.
Assembled in the USA, the ProSeries is a high-quality child restraint system that provides parents and children the luxury and safety they need for any trip.
Parents will appreciate that each of the seats in the ProSeries incorporates Recaro's innovative Side Impact Protection system designed to specifically protect each of the 5 vulnerable areas of a child in a side impact collision - head, neck, face, torso and pelvis.