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    Your baby should stay in a rear-facing car seat for:

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    Your baby should stay in a rear-facing car seat for:

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    According to child safety guidelines, kids are safest riding in a rear-facing car seat until their second birthday, or until they reach the seat's height and weight limit. During a crash, a rear-facing car seat will protect your child's head and neck from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to a forward-facing booster seat, but they should stay in the back seat until they turn 13.

    Sorry. Wrong answer.


    According to child safety guidelines, kids are safest riding in a rear-facing car seat until their second birthday, or until they reach the seat's height and weight limit. During a crash, a rear-facing car seat will protect your child's head and neck from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to a forward-facing booster seat, but they should stay in the back seat until they turn 13.

    Sorry. Wrong answer.


    According to child safety guidelines, kids are safest riding in a rear-facing car seat until their second birthday, or until they reach the seat's height and weight limit. During a crash, a rear-facing car seat will protect your child's head and neck from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to a forward-facing booster seat, but they should stay in the back seat until they turn 13.

    That is the right answer.


    According to child safety guidelines, kids are safest riding in a rear-facing car seat until their second birthday, or until they reach the seat's height and weight limit. During a crash, a rear-facing car seat will protect your child's head and neck from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to a forward-facing booster seat, but they should stay in the back seat until they turn 13.

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