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New Help for Parents to Protect Kids on the Move: The Ultimate Car Seat Guide

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently revealed two startling facts regarding kids and road safety that disturbed me and should disturb every parent. First, every 33 seconds, a child in the United States is involved in a car crash. Second, 59 percent of car seats are not installed correctly. Why is this so important? A properly installed child safety seat can reduce the risk of fatal injury in a crash by as much as 71 percent.
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