Child Safety Seats: How to Install Them

Child Safety Seats: How to Install Them

Expert advice on how to make sure these seats are correctly in place for the safety of your child.
Child safety seats are designed to protect your child while they're riding in the car.

How they are installed is also important.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that infants remain rear-facing until the upper weight limit of a convertible seat (usually 30-35 pounds) as long as they are within the height requirements of the seat. 

At a minimum, infants should remain rear-facing in the back seat until at least 1 yr. old AND at least 20 lbs.

Charles Maxwell with the Community Outreach Department at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock shows us how child safety seats should be installed.

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