In Medford, Oregon, health officials are concerned about child safety as it pertains to car seats. Four out of five car seats are not being used in the correct manner. In Oregon, children are required to be in a rear facing seat until they reach 20 pounds and are a year old. The most common mistakes are straps not being tight enough around the child or the seat itself not being secured properly. Free inspections at Providence Medford Medical Center tomorrow aim to help parents know their kids are safe on the road.
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