Here at Bay Hyundai, we want to help you keep your family safe when you're on the road. If you're shopping for a child safety seat, use these tips to make sure you choose the right one for your child.

Rear-facing car seats are made for infants. Typically, babies can transition to forward-facing car seats at about a year. Forward-facing car seats limit a child's forward movement during an accident. Booster seats are for older children and allow the seat belt to sit properly over a child's body. When your child's old enough to use a seat belt, then make sure it rests across the upper thighs with a secure fit across the shoulder and chest.

Read the owner's manual to ensure that you assemble and install it correctly. Once you install your child seat, you can sign up for email alerts with the NTHSA about car seat and booster seat recalls.

 

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