Call Us - We're Easy to Talk To (214) 999-9999 Straightens out Misconceptions Regarding Car Seats

USA Today carries a story which points out that it’s Child Passenger Safety Week, and proceeds to “clear up some common car-seat misconceptions.” Before doing that, the website points out that a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration “determined that as many as four out of five car seats are installed incorrectly, be it from loose latch straps, twisted webbing or using the wrong seat based on a child’s weight and height.” One of the misconceptions discussed is one’s older child not requiring a booster. Per, it’s recommended by NHTSA that children stay “in a booster until they’re at least 8 years old or 4 feet, 9 inches tall, and this is the law in many states.”

From the news release of the American Association for Justice.

Bob Kraft

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