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Does it only work with the LATCH system?

Will this work with a car without the LATCH system hooks?

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YES JUST MAKE SURE YOU PUT THE REGULAR SEAT BELT FROM YOUR CAR PROPERLY TO HOLD DOWN YOUR CAR SEAT THE LATCH IS LIKE A SECONDARY SAFETY FOR YOUR CHILD SEAT ITS UP TO YOU...

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