Previous5 of 8NextMistake: Allowing a child under 13 to ride up front.Why: Front seat belts are designed for larger bodies, and in a car crash, air bags can seriously injure growing bones.What to do: Wait until children are in their teens to allow riding in the front seat.
Mistake: Allowing a child under 13 to ride up front.
Why: Front seat belts are designed for larger bodies, and in a car crash, air bags can seriously injure growing bones.
What to do: Wait until children are in their teens to allow riding in the front seat.
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