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Rear Facing Car Seats Provide Best Protection For Baby

By Ken Dragki

Many fire departments and police departments offer clinics to teach you how to correctly install your seats and to ensure that they are correctly installed. All types of seats should be installed in the backseat. The front seat is deadly if your car has a passenger airbag. There are several types of car seats available – infant, convertible, forward facing toddler seats, and booster seats.

When your child is young, he or she will require a car seat to travel safely in an automobile. Depending on your child’s age and size, they will need a certain type. Determining which type to buy can be tough if you do not know the differences.

No matter what car seat you use or how old your child is, he or she should ride in the backseat to avoid airbag injuries in the event of an auto accident. Unfortunately, putting your child in the backseat and using the proper car seat may not be enough to shield your children from reckless drivers.

There are fire departments and police departments offer clinics to teach you how to correctly install your seats and to ensure that they are correctly installed. All types of seats should be installed in the backseat. The front seat is deadly if your car has a passenger airbag.

The convertible car seat works in both the rear facing and forward facing positions. This type of car seat is installed in the vehicle in a rear facing position, fully reclined, until the baby reaches one year and 20 pounds. At that time, the car seat can be turned around and installed in a forward facing position.

Booster seats are designed to ensure the seat belts in your vehicle fit your child. The seats are for children from age 4 and 40 pounds. There are high back and backless styles available. Any toddler or convertible car seat is going to convert to a high back. A backless style sits in the seat under the child and raises the child to the appropriate height for the belt. It is imperative that your child sits in a baby car seat, make sure you are using the right one.

Want to find out more about Britax Frontier Booster Car Seat, Rushmore , then visit Ken Dragki’s site on how to choose the best Britax Frontier Booster Car Seat, Rushmore for your needs.

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Dragki, Ken "Rear Facing Car Seats Provide Best Protection For Baby." Rear Facing Car Seats Provide Best Protection For Baby. 24 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 14 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/kids/rear-facing-car-seats-provide-best-protection-for-baby/>.

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