Report Offers Car Seat Safety Statistics and Tips to Parents

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Some amazing statistics have been released about how much safer young children are in rear-facing child seats as opposed to front-facing ones. Children of ages one to two are five times as safe in a rear facing seat.  In a front facing seat in the event of a crash, whiplash is more likely and the seat belt often comes in contact with dangerous points on the child’s body. A new article gives some tips on how to use a child seat the right way so that parents can make sure their child will be seated according to industry standards.

Click here for these safety tips.