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Summer Car Seat Safety for Your Children General Tips for Car Summer Safety. Whether you’re packing up the car for a road trip or just taking a trip down the Talking to Your Child. One of the most important things you can do is a parent is talking to your child about car safety.
Always check the areas of the car seat that come in contact with a child in order to avoid burns. Some seat manufacturers recommend placing a. Keep your child chilled in the car with a car seat sunshade and more.
Lose the loose items: From beach chairs to suitcases, there’s a lot of gear that accompanies a summer road trip. Summer-ize Your Safety Plan 15 comments Summer’s heat presents special risks to children traveling in the back seat: Roughly 800 children died from heatstroke after accidentally being locked in hot cars between 1990 and 2015, according to the. Read the labels on the seat to see the weight and height limits for your child now and for his or her growth later.
Keep your child rear-facing in this seat until he or she reaches the seat’s upper weight and height limits. Most seats will accommodate children up to 40 pounds. You’ll need to decide on using either the seat belt or lower anchors to secure your car seat. Both are safe, but don’t use them both at the same time. Once your child is forward facing, it is important to use the tether with the seat belt or lower anchors.
Get more. To maximize safety, keep your child in the car seat for as long as possible, as long as the child fits within the manufacturer’s height and weight requirements. Keep your child in the back seat at least through age 12. And remember, the guidelines often change as new research identifies better safety practices – so check back often.
Car seat use reduces the risk for injury in crashes by 71–82% for children, when compared with seat belt use alone. Booster seat use reduces the risk for serious injury by 45% for children aged 4-8, when compared with seat belt use alone. It’s the best way to keep him or her safe. Your child should remain in a rear-facing car seat until he or she reaches the top height or weight limit allowed by your car seat’s manufacturer. Once your child outgrows the rear-facing car seat, your child is ready to.
The Car Seat Finder is an easy-to-use tool that helps you find the right car seat for your child. Just fill out your child’s age, height and weight above, and you’ll be provided car seat types that fit your child. Make sure you’re familiar with the four types of car seats and NHTSA’s recommendations for choosing the right type of seat.
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