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Parents: All You Need to Know About Booster Seats

BOOSTER SEATS: What You Need to Know Booster seats are often used as an intermediary between forward-facing car seats and regular seat belt use. When a booster seat is used, smaller children are able to safely use seat belts made for larger adults. Before moving on to a booster seat, make certain to adhere to the maximum age, weight and height requirements provided by a car seat manufacturer. Generally speaking, children under 4' 9" aren't large enough to ride in a car without a booster seat, 14'9" As far as weight the height usually corresponds with a weight somewhere between 80 and 100 pounds. concerned, Each child is different; it's not uncommon for some children to ride in a booster seat until the age of 10 or 11. Currently, upwards of 89% of children between the ages of 4 and 7 only ride in the back seat of a vehicle. On average, restraint use for children is more common amongst adults who use safety restraints themselves. In fact, 92% of children whose parents use seat belts also find themselves traveling while securely fastened by way of a car seat, booster seat or common seat belt. Conversely, 54% of children with unbuckled parents also travel without safety restraints. Robert J. DeBry A SSOCI ATES

Parents: All You Need to Know About Booster Seats

shared by Fusion360-2 on Oct 27
Sure, car seats are important if hoping to avoid an auto accident, but the next step in vehicular maturity comes in the form of the common booster seat. How much do you really know about this important step?


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