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In this 30-second video, learn why children should ride in the back seat in a rear-facing car seat until they are age 2, or until they reach the upper weight or height limit for their seat.
Ask KOMO: Children's Car Seat Safety4.15.08
Dr. Beth Ebel talks about how to keep your child safe in the car and explains who needs to ride in a booster seat.
Mirando hacia atrás hasta los 2 años (Rear-Facing Until 2)10.1.13
En este video de 30 segundos aprenda por qué los niños deben ir en el asiento trasero mirando hacia atrás hasta los 2 años o hasta que lleguen al límite de estatura o de peso para su asiento.
Find out by selecting your child’s symptom or health condition in the list below:
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