The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a final rule denying most aspects of a petition seeking reconsideration of its February 27, 2012, rule regarding child-restraint systems and amending weight-limit labeling for Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH)-installed car seats to include both the weight of the child and the car seat itself. In response to the petition’s claim that the labeling requirement from the 2012 rule was “unclear and could be misun- derstood,” NHTSA has revised the label to read “Do not use the lower anchors of the child restraint anchorage system (LATCH system) to attach this child restraint when restraining a child weighing more than * [*insert a recommended weight value in English and metric units such that the sum of the recommended weight value and the weight of the child restraint system does not exceed 65 pounds (29.5 kg)] with the internal harnesses of the child restraint.”The amendments took effect February 27, 2014, and manufacturers must comply by February 27, 2015. See Federal Register, February 25, 2014.