Domain: car-safety.org

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Car Seat Basics - Selection and Use
All current car seats pass government safety standards. Select the one that best fits your child, your vehicle and your budget. ...
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Car-Safety.Org Vehicle and Carseat Safety Information
Resource for parents contains a buying guide for safe cars and carseats, LATCH car seat information and an FAQ on child restraint installation.
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Car Seat Basics - Selection and Use
The Basics of Selecting and Using Car Seats. ... Never place a rear-facing carseat in the front seat when there is an active frontal airbag. ...
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Car Seat Basics - Selection and Use
The Basics of Selecting and Using Car Seats. ... The good news is that correct use of car seats and boosters does save lives. Infant seats have been shown ...
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Car-Safety.Org Vehicle and Carseat Safety Information
Resource for parents contains a buying guide for safe cars and carseats, LATCH car seat information and an FAQ on child restraint installation.
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Rear-Facing Carseats and Safety
Why Rear Facing is the Safest Method of Travel for Babies and Toddlers. ... front-facing carseat, the head and legs of the child are thrown forward like a rag ... Similarly, for the uncommon rear-end crash, a front-facing carseat may be ...
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Child Carseat Safety FAQ
The center of the rear seat is usually safest since it is farthest from a possible side impact, but only if your carseat fits well in that position. ...
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Car-Safety.Org Vehicle and Carseat Safety Information
Resource for parents contains a buying guide for safe cars and carseats, LATCH car seat information and an FAQ on child restraint installation.
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Child Carseat Safety Features and Buying Guide
The universally accepted principle also adds that the safest car seat is one that you will use correctly every time without fail. ...
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Car-Safety.Org Vehicle and Carseat Safety Information
Are Your Kids Safe? Motor Vehicle Crashes are the #1 cause of death for children and adults, age groups 1 to 34. Selecting a safe vehicle and properly using ...
 
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