rear-facing tethers


New member
we have a saturn view. is gmc still allowing rf tethers? what about dodge?

or should i just buy 2 britax anti-rebound bars?


Ambassador - CPS Technician
I believe it's Chrysler (Dodge) that has definitely said no.

With rear-face tethering being in such a state of flux, I would probably just order two ARBs myself, but as far as I know, GMC has not made an official statement on it.

Someone can correct me if I'm wrong - I haven't kept up on the minutia of the debate! :)


CPST and ketchup snob
Staff member
They didn't issue a statement. They also weren't officially asked.

I too would just go with the arb myself.

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