Using the frontier 90 as a booster without the top tether

Jackie010307

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Is it ok? Dd wants her pink seat (parkway sgl) in my odyssey and her flower seat (frontier 90) in hubby's ford fusion. The only problem I have with this is I cannot stand the tether anchors in the fusion. They are flat instead of round and while attaching the tether is easy it once took me 20 minutes to untether a radian! The frontier would be latched, just not tethered. Since it's really only to hold the seat when it's unoccupied that should be ok, right?
 

Brianna

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I would check with Britax. There could be implications from the lower part of the seat being held in place while the upper part moves forward in a crash. I know dedicated boosters with a latch strap don't have a top tether but those seats are lighter...
 

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