Child Restraints Are Incorrectly Used in 15 to 80% of Cases

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Child restraints are incorrectly used in 15% to 80% of cases, because either the belt is not properly fastened, the child seat is incorrectly installed or the belt is placed around a child’s neck, under the arms or across the abdomen.


Source: GRSP Child Restraints Fact Sheet

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