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Stability and overload requirements of toys
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Ride-on toys and seat stability: The purpose of this provision is to reduce the risk of accidents which may be caused by easy dumping of toys. American standards from two aspects to consider the ride toys and seat stability, one roll stability, two is before and after the stability. Ride-on toys, which are generally not stabilized at the base, are not included in this requirement. Toys must comply with the standards before and after the abuse test.

Roll stability: one is riding a toy or seat can be stabilized by the role of feet, and the other is the foot by the closed structure of the restrictions can not play a stabilizing effect.

Stability of the roll stabilized by the foot: The height of the seat from the ground is equal to or less than 1/3 of the height corresponding to the minimum age in the age group as shown in Table 1 and the movement of the child's foot on the side is not limited, Can play a stabilizing role in the riding toys or seats, do not need to roll stability test. The height of the seat from the ground is greater than 1/3 of the height corresponding to the minimum age in the age group as shown in Table 1, and the riding toy or seat in which the foot of the child is unrestricted in lateral movement and thus has a stabilizing effect Stability test, can not be dumped. When the minimum age of the designed age group is between the two age groups listed in Table 1, the lower age group of the two age groups should be selected.

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