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The straps that are attached to the seat are supposed to be used with the LATCH system that has been built into newer cars. You use the straps on the carseat to hook into metal loops under the seat instead of using the seat belt. If you aren't sure whether you have the latch system in your car or not, consult your owners manual or call a dealership and they should be able to tell you.

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