No, it does not.
The Tummy Shield™ has undergone many testing procedures to demonstrate and validate its ability to perform as intended and to ensure that it maintains its structural integrity for the safety of mom and baby. The challenge faced by manufacturers, importers and retailers of innovative new technology is that no such testing criteria exist to test these products, like the Tummy Shield™.
To compound the challenge, other products have been deceptively marketed with statements like, “This product meets all applicable Safety Standards” (when there are none) or “Crash Tested” without providing any information to the consumer about what specifically was tested or how.
At Safe Ride 4 Kids and Tummy Shield™, we want our customers to be able to trust that they are using a product that has undergone meaningful tests and they are making a good informed decision when they buy a Tummy Shield™ to protect mom and baby.As stated above, the Tummy Shield is technically an aftermarket product and many such products incorrectly claim being crash tested or meeting safety standards that do not exist. Therefore, technicians will make the blanket statement that all aftermarket products are unsafe which may or may not be true depending on the product.