Keeping Kids Safe in the Car

We all know the importance of buckling up in the car. It's also important that young riders be strapped into the appropriate types of seats.

Babies and young toddlers should be riding backwards in car seats. Many recommended that they ride backwards for as long as they can fit in seats that can be rear-facing. When you're ready to switch a child to forward-facing, look for a car seat with a five-point harness. Models have different weight and height limits, and you should keep your child in this type of seat until he or she reaches the maximum size. After that and/or around your child turns four years of age, you can switch to a booster. Children in boosters use regular seat belts, but they do need the added height to make sure the seat belt fits appropriately.

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