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Carseat safety

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We’ll help you find the safest car seat with data on all-star crash test performers, advice on safety features to look for, and state-by-state info on what type of car seat is required for what age and weight of child.

Want to buy the safest possible car seat for their child? You might be making one crucial mistake.

Keep baby and kids safe and warm in the car seat! Avoid padding between the child and the seat/seatbelt.

How to keep your child warm AND safe in the car seat - suggestions on coats, snowsuits, and products that are safe for car seats.

Are you using the right #carseat for your #children? This #infographic helps you determine the right seat for your little one.

The News Wheel's infographic on car seat milestones will help you keep your young ones safe and sound on the road this Child Safety Protection Month.

Car seat safety tips from @Wendy Silva; this story illustrates why minimum government regulations are just that - MINIMUMS!

Height and position of the seat belt on the child should be the determining factors to decide when a child can ride without a booster. A child needs a booster until you can answer "YES" to the 5 Step Test questions.

Car seat safety... It's important it is to keep your kid rear facing until at least 2. The wrecks are showing the facts!

Car seat safety... It's important it is to keep your kid rear facing until at least 2. The wrecks are showing the facts!

Infographic: Child Safety Seat Requirement/Recommendation Graphic | Age, height, weight  illustration | Keep children ages 12 and under in the back seat!  Make sure your child is always buckled in an age-, size-appropriate seat.  Rear-facing car seat from birth to age 2. Forward-facing car seat from age 2 up to at least 5. Booster seat from age 5 up until seat belts fit properly. Use a seat belt once seat belts fit properly without a booster seat.

Always properly buckle children in the back seat in a car seat, booster seat, or seat belt.