Car Seat Safety Week: Common mistakes parents make

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(Fox 8) — It’s National Car Seat Safety Week.

Some alarming numbers are coming out about how many parents are not properly using car seats.

According to CNN:
•9 out of 10 parents stop using booster seats too soon
•7 out of 10 parents do not know how tall their child should be before transitioning from a booster seat to a seat belt
•1 out of 4 parents say they don’t buckle their child in any kind of car seat or seat belt every time they’re in the car

Children should be at least 57 inches tall before transitioning out of a booster seat.

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1 Comment

  • Brandine Butlicker

    Some parents dont buckle their kids in all the time?

    Great parenting. If the law (and common sense) tell you to do this every time and you don’t, then why should your children obey you?

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