Previous4 of 8NextPrevious4 of 8NextPhoto courtesy of NHTSAMistake: Turn a child forward-facing too soon.Why: Young children are better protected in a car crash in rear-facing seats.What to do: Wait until a child is age 2 to turn him or her forward-facing.
Photo courtesy of NHTSA
Mistake: Turn a child forward-facing too soon.
Why: Young children are better protected in a car crash in rear-facing seats.
What to do: Wait until a child is age 2 to turn him or her forward-facing.
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