Parents: Tips On Rear-Facing Car Seats Page 2

September 21, 2011

2011 Honda Odyssey Touring

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has up-to-date information for parents about child safety seats, including an Ease of Use Ratings system.

The American Academy of Pediatrics, through its Healthychildren.org parenting site, provides Car Safety Seat Information for Families for 2011.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has valuable information, videos, and links to additional resources on how to keep children safe in crashes by choosing the right type of restraint. The videos help parents choose the proper restraint for their child’s age and height as well as provide information on installation and use. The videos include an overview which should be watched first, one on rear-facing seats for infants and young children, one covering forward-facing car seats for children who have outgrown their rear-facing seats, a video about booster seats for children who have outgrown forward-facing seats, and one on adult belts for use with older children.

[C.S. Mot Children’s Hospital]

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