Ensuring the safety of our youngest passengers is of paramount importance when it comes to traveling in vehicles.
Understanding the proper use of child car seats is crucial for protecting infants and toddlers during transit.
In this guide, we're going to talk about some important tips on how to use car seats the right way, why it's good to keep your child facing backward and why booster seats matter. So, let's get into it, making sure every ride is safe for your precious passengers.
It's safest for all infants and toddlers to use a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible.
A full booster seat provides better protection compared to a booster cushion.
Use booster seats until your child is ready: Keep a child in a booster seat until they are 148cm tall and pass the five-step test, ensuring proper seat belt placement for their safety.
The front seat should not be used for small children due to airbag restraint systems.
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