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Why We Should Keep Kids In Rear-Facing Car Seats As Long As Possible | AutoTraffic
How long should you keep your child in a rear-facing seat?
However, when a baby is rear-facing, its head and neck is fully supported by the car seat, with the forces of an impact being spread over the whole back and not just the head and neck. So, when should ... read more
Why Sharing a Photo of Your Toddler's Car Seat Could Save a Life
"When someone critiques or criticizes us, it can feel so hurtful -- because we're really trying to do what's right for our kids." More from CafeMom: Why This Mom Flipped Her Son's Car Seat ... they sh... read more
10 tips to keep your child safe in a car seat
Car safety regulations: The AAP has five guidelines to follow when determining the safest way for your child to travel. • Rear-facing safety seat: Most infants up to 2 years of age should ... keep chi... read more
VIDEO: Which child seats to buy, and how to install
Before we get to installing the seat, however, you need to be aware of the kind of seat to purchase, depending on the height and weight of your child. It should also be noted if your car comes ... in ... read more
Experts recommend parents attend child car seat checks
Parents also should consider the weight requirements when buying a car seat, experts advise. They should buy one that will allow the child to remain rear-facing as long as possible ... “But we would s... read more
Is your child in the right car seat?
... to a local car seat installation event hosted by my local fire department for me to realize how important it is, and how many factors there are to consider in creating a safe secure environment fo... read more
New advice on child car seats
According to a press release from the AAP, the new policy, which will be published in the April 2011 issue of Pediatrics and was published online March 21, the AAP is advising parents to keep their to... read more
How to make sure your child car seat is right: A guide to everything you need to know about safely securing your children
The newer regulation, known as R129, or i-Size (explained further below) states that car seats should ... when possible, and for as long as possible - even beyond the legal minimum height requirement ... read more
Putting Your Child in a Booster Seat Too Soon Could Have Tragic Consequences
Not everyone is privy to that information, which is why we need to get it out there. We need to spread the word to save lives. My 3-year-olds are still rear-facing ... should keep a child in a car sea... read more
Car seat safety
"The American Academy of Pediatrics will say that children should remain rear facing until age two or to the maximum limit of the seat," Long said. Remaining rear facing for as long as possible increa... read more
Safety Shouldn’t Take a Back Seat When You Fasten in Your Kids
Your child should be in car seat that is rear-facing ... We should make it a shared parenting priority to consider the safety of the child first and foremost. With that in mind, here are some key car ... read more
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This is why we strap our kids into the car seat correctly
Most of us born before 1990 remember frequent car rides in the back ... My family had a gigantic van. We never wore seat belts and if we were ever too rowdy my mom would slam on the brakes, sending al... read more
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