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September 19th, 10:01 am  ·  

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It's the CDC's Child Passenger Safety Week. Here's what to know to keep your kids safe:

*Rear-facing car seat: Birth until age 2–4.

*Infants and toddlers should be buckled in a rear-facing car seat, in the back seat, until they reach the upper weight or height limits of their seat.

*Forward-facing car seat: After outgrowing rear-facing seat and until at least age 5.

*When children outgrow their rear-facing seats, they should be properly buckled in a forward-facing car seat, in the back seat, until they reach the upper weight or height limit of their seat.

*Booster seat: After outgrowing forward-facing seat and until seat belts fit properly.

*Once children outgrow their forward-facing seat, they should be properly buckled in a belt positioning booster seat, in the back seat, until seat belts fit properly.

*Seat Belt: Once seat belts fit properly without a booster seat.
Children no longer need to use a booster seat once seat belts fit properly.

Remember, always properly buckle children age 12 years and younger in the back seat!

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September 18th, 10:00 am  ·  

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