Being a parent, we always strive to make sure that our kids are as safe as possible at all times. Now a consumer report is out with alarming results from testing child booster seats. Here are the ones they found to be unsafe. According to News Channel 13, there are toddler booster seats that have been tested and according to Consumer Reports, there is a warning being issued for four of the popular car seats. The seats were tested during recent crash tests and Consumer Reports says that parts broke off.

The car seats that broke apart are the Britax Frontier Clicktight, Cosco Finale, Harmony Defender 360, and the Britax Pioneer. The tests simulated an average 6 year old child and a heavier 6 or 10 year old. The dummies also matched the height and weight of kids for the specific restraints. Some had the harness systems damaged and one test had the structure of the top tether that anchors the seat damaged too.

To read the complete report and find out how to contact the manufacturer, click HERE.