Car Seat Installation Tips recommended by the National Child Passenger Safety Certification Program (NHTSA):
• Always ask, "Who rides in the vehicle? Where will each person sit?" • It is recommended that all children under 13 ride in a back seat to avoid contact with the front seat
air bag system. They are almost always safer in the back.
• Always consider the needs of each passenger. • As long as the child restraint fits, the center rear seating position may be the safer position because it is furthest from impact and intrusion from any direction. However, some center-rear facing positions are not usable, and many families transport more than one child. • Although there may be many seating positions in a vehicle, not all may be suitable for installing a child restraint. The child restraint manufacturer's instructions and/or the vehicle owner's
manual may not allow certain vehicle positions to be used.
• Check the child restraint for a secure installation. Make sure there is less than 1 inch (25 mm) of movement when pulling forward and side-to-side at the vehicle belt path.
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