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Child Passenger Safety (cont.)

Pictures of Car Seats for Infants and Toddlers and Booster Seats for Older Children

Infant car bed.
Infant car bed. Click to view larger image.

Rear-facing infant car seat.
Rear-facing infant car seat. Click to view larger image.

Forward-facing infant car seat.
Forward-facing infant car seat. Click to view larger image.

Platform booster seat
Platform booster seat Click to view larger image.

Combination booster seat with five-point harness.
Combination booster seat with five-point harness. Click to view larger image.

What happens to an unrestrained infant in the front seat.
What happens to an unrestrained infant in the front seat. Click to view larger image.

Medically reviewed by a Board Certified Family Practice Physician

Medically reviewed by a Board Certified Family Practice Physician

REFERENCES:

American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP-Car Safety Seats and Transportation Safety. <http://www.aap.org/healthtopics/carseatsafety.cfm>.

Child Seat Fitting Stations Listings: Toll Free 866-732-8243 (Sponsored by Chrysler) or NHTSA Vehicle Safety Hotline 866-327-4236

HealthyChildren.org "On the Go" (Car Safety Seats Information, Car Safety Seats Product, Listing, Booster Seat Basics). 2010.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Traffic Safety Facts 2008. <http://www.NHTSA.gov>.


Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/2/2014


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