USA - CPSC Published Direct Final Rule For the Revision of Safety Standard for Carriages and Strollers (16 CFR 1227) （8/2/2019）
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has published a direct final rule for the revision of Safety Standard for Carriages and Strollers (16 CFR 1227). The rule has been effective on 5 November 2019.
According to the direct final rule, each carriage and stroller shall comply with all applicable provisions of ASTM F833-19, Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Carriages and Strollers.
Carriage: wheeled vehicle generally used for the transport of an infant who is generally in a lying down position. The motive power is supplied by a person or persons pushing or pulling on a handle attached to the vehicle. A carriage may be capable of being folded for storage.
Stroller: wheeled vehicle for the transport of infants or children generally in a sitting-up or semi-reclined position. The motive power is supplied by a person moving at a walking rate while pushing on a handle attached to the stroller. A stroller generally is capable of being folded for storage. Strollers normally are used for children from infancy to 36 months of age.
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