Children Should Be Seated in Restraints for Their Size and Weight

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Children should be seated in restraints that are designed for their size and body weight. The probability of children ages 1 to 7 being injured in a crash or sudden stop is reduced by about 70% when an appropriate child restraint is used instead of a seat-belt only.


Source: GRSP Seat-Belts Fact Sheet

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