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What To Do When You See Car Seat Misuse In a Friend’s Photo

How to correct people when you see photos online of an improper car seat install.

Use your forward facing five point harness properly!

It breaks my heart to see young kids (age in boosters. Keep you child in a five point harness as long as possible! Yes, it IS safer. A LOT safer!

Rear-facing car seats offer maximum protection for your child’s head, neck and spinal cord, yet 77% of children are moved into a forward-facing seat too soon. Get more expert car seat safety tips on the Diono blog: https://us.diono.com/category/tips-advice/

Rear-facing car seats offer maximum protection for your child’s head, neck and spinal cord, yet 77% of children are moved into a forward-facing seat too soon. Get more expert car seat safety tips on the Diono blog: https://us.diono.com/category/tips-advice/

Buckle Up: Keeping Your Kids Safe in the Car | Safe Kids Worldwide

Car Seat, Booster Seat or Seat Belt: Where does your kid fit? Click the dots to watch quick how-to videos and to get additional safety tips.

Rear-face them as long as possible!! In a sudden stop inertia causes the child to press into the car seat. Front facing their neck is too vulnerable while so young. Think about it.

Rear-Facing Car Seat Visual

We're going to max out the rear facing limits on our seat, shooting for

Car seat safety tips from @Wendy Silva; this story illustrates why minimum government regulations are just that - MINIMUMS!

Eight is not Enough: The 5 Step Test in Action #carseat #ncssw

Booster seats until the age of 8 is the law, but best practice recommends that kids pass the Step Test" before graduating out of a booster seat.

Car seat safety

Putting this on your car is a bit over the top (IMO) but I agree with it! Extended RF and extended harnessing is the smart and easy way to keep your kids safe!

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