Car crashes are a leading cause of death for children. Properly securing kids in cars and booster seats that meet federal standards goes a long way in protecting them from injury.More info :https://www.wowmoms.ro/blog/cum-sa-alegi-instalezi-si-intretii-corect-scaunele-auto-pentru-copii
Pediatricians should include child car safety anticipatory guidance for every health supervision visit and refer families to certified child passenger safety technicians for help with installing their car seat. Having kids in the back seat helps to protect them from injuries and deaths due to airbags that inflate and strike them in front-seat crashes.
Boosting Your Child’s Safety: A Guide to Booster Seats
All children under 13 years should ride in the rear seat, ideally using a belt-positioning booster or vehicle seat with a lap and shoulder belt in a combination that fits them properly. For optimal protection, children should remain in the rear seat until they reach the highest weight or height allowed by their car seat and vehicle manufacturer. This is because children’s heads, neck anthropometry, and cartilaginous pelvises change with age and affect their interaction with restraint systems.
Never leave a child alone in or around a car for any reason. Keep the trunk of your vehicle closed and locked so that children cannot climb into it to hide or escape. It is also important to make a habit of actively scanning the area around your vehicle when you are parking or backing out of a driveway or space. Rear view cameras and warning sound devices are a great addition to your vehicle, but should not be used as a substitute for checking the back seat or other areas of your vehicle before you start moving.