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New research on car seats released

The latest research on car seats shows kids are safest staying in a rear-facing car seat until they are two-years-old.


Since kids grow fast, parents need to be certain the car seat is tall enough. 

 

If it is too short a child's head could get injured in a crash.

 

Children should remain in a car seat until a seat belt fits them the way it's designed to.

 

That will not happen until they are 4’ 9” tall.

 

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