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18 August 2003

Car seats

No matter how rushed you are, always use a car seat. This way you will help your child form a lifelong habit of buckling up.

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  • Always use a car seat and help your child form a lifelong habit of buckling up.
  • Read the manufacturer's instructions and always keep them with the car seat.
  • Make sure that you know how to fasten and unfasten the car seat and how to adjust shoulder straps.
  • Children in rear-facing car seats should never be placed in a front seat equipped with an air bag.
 
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