Bridgestone To all Lebanese parents : Five Ways To Keep Your Kids Safe In The Car
To all Lebanese parents : Five Ways To Keep Your Kids Safe In The Car
2012-06-11
To all Lebanese parents : Five Ways To Keep Your Kids Safe In The Car

Child Safety is a required responsibility held by every parent, and it's no small cause..So to keep you aware we suggested few tips so that you can apply and keep your kids safe till you reach your destination..

Child Safety is a required responsibility held by every parent, and it's no small cause..So to keep you aware we suggested few tips so that you can apply and keep your kids safe till you reach your destination..

1. Babies face backward.

Face babies backward in their car seats. And keep them that way for as long as possible up to the height or weight limit of the particular seat. At a minimum, keep infants rear-facing until the age of 1 and until they weigh at least 20 pounds.

2. Toddlers face forward.

Keep toddlers in forward-facing car seats until they reach the upper weight or height limit of the particular car-seat (usually around age 4 and 40 pounds).

3. Use a booster seat.

Keep young children in booster seats--in the back seat--until they are as old as 8 years or at least 4'9'' tall. One way to tell if they're positioned correctly in the booster is to look at the seat belt: It should fit with the lap belt laying across the upper thighs and the shoulder belt fitting easily across the chest.

4. Never leave children inside a parked car.

According to NHTSA, even cool outside temperatures in the 60s can cause the car's interior to hit 110 degrees Fahrenheit and higher. (The inside temperature can rise almost 20 degrees within the first 10 minutes.) If a child is inside
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