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Car Crashes: The No. 1 Killer of U.S. Children
The best way to keep your children safe in a car is to have them in the right car seat in the right place in the car.
By Taryn Winter Brill
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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) car crashes are the leading cause of death in children ages 1 to 12 years old in the United States. Experts stress that a car seat is essential to children's safety in motor vehicles. Car seats are especially effective for small children. In fact, correct use of an infant car seat prevents 71 percent of potential deaths in the first year of life.
Infants and toddlers should ride in rear-facing car seats until the age of 2, or when they reach height and weight limits set by car seat manufacturers. Children should then go into forward-facing car seats secured with seat belts, progress to booster seats, and eventually to sitting in the back seat of a vehicle secured with a seat belt.
Proper installation of car seats is essential for maximum effectiveness.
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