Britax Marathon 70z is a new website that provides a comprehensive review, collateral information and specifications of the Britax Marathon 70 car seat. The site is owned by Net Line, LLC, a Houston based internet asset management company.
Ideally the child should be placed in crash tested and approved infant seats, car seats or booster seat until they are mature enough to safely use the lap seat belts provided in most vehicles today. Seat belts are not enough for young children. Infants up to one year old should ride in an infant capable car seat facing the rear of the vehicle. Toddlers and youngsters (up to the age of 4) can ride the car seat facing forward. All should ride in an approved car seat and the child should be strapped in securely using a five point harness system, not just a seat belt, whenever the vehicle is in motion.
The award winning Britax Marathon 70 car seat is equipped with proprietary technology designed to minimize injury to a child regardless of from which direction the crash occurs. It provides literally 360 degree protection, during a vehicle crash, with particular emphasis given to the protection of the child’s head.
The web site provides detailed information regarding the Marathon 70, the Britax Corporation, and the technology that goes into keeping children much more safe in their car seat than they would be if riding only with a seatbelt or with no belt at all.
Britax Marathon 70 is a registered trademark of Britax Excelsior Limited, 1 Chirchill Way West, Andover, England and has been manufactured in the United States, using international parts, since 1996. Britax Excelsior Limited holds a total of more than 30 patents and its products are repeatedly rated as excellent in tests. Britax merged with the German counterpart Römer in 1979 markets under the Britax and Römer brand names worldwide.
More information is available at http://www.britaxmarathon70z.com
Contact: Paul Woodall, Net Line, LLC
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