Car Seats Series #2 : Direction – Rear facing vs Forward Facing Car Seats After we select the right car seat for our child’s stage, we need to […]
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Going Forward Facing Too Early – WAY Too Early
Nearly 25% of parents turn their child forward facing too early, even before the child turns 1. A University of Michigan survey asked a randomly selected group of […]
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Rear-facing recommendations, are they changing?
Yes, in as much as the American Academy of Pediatrics is now recommending that babies should remain rear-facing until they reach the maximum height and weight allowed by […]
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Keep Your Child Rear Facing as Long as Possible
Why keep your child rear facing? Car Passenger Safety Technicians teach parents that keeping your child rear facing for as long as possible is safest and best practice. […]
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Change Car Seat Laws 2016: Rear-Facing Longer
While child passenger safety technicians and the American Academy of Pediatrics has long been recommending that parents keep their children rear-facing past age one, more states are finally changing their laws to require it.
The best practice recommendation from car seat safety experts is to keep your child rear facing for as long as possible […]
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