Choose Rear-Facing Car Seats for Infant Safety

Having the right car seat is vital, especially when you consider that the leading cause of death for ages one to 13 is car crashes. Here's why rear facing seats are best for your infant.

Because these small, portable seats have a harness and are designed specifically for the smallest humans, they actually cradle babies and move with them during a crash. This helps protects their neck and spinal cord. After eight or nine months, your infant grows out of this rear-only seat, so you could opt for convertible seat that changes from rear-facing to forward-facing. Another option is an all-in-one that goes from rear-facing to forward-facing to booster. These combination car seats allow you to keep the seat as your child grows and ages.

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