The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its ratings of the 17 child booster seats introduced in 2012.
15 of the 17 seats earned the group's best bet rating.
They group decided not to recommend two seats because they don't provide the proper belt fit.
Those models are the Safety First All-In-One and the Safety First Alpha Omega Elite.
Both are made by Dorel Juvenile Group.
The institute says those seats have older designs that leave the lap belt too high on the abdomen and the shoulder belt too far out on the shoulder.
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