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    Your babies should stay in rear-facing car seats for:

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    Your babies should stay in rear-facing car seats for:

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    According to child safety guidelines, kids are safest riding in rear-facing car seats until age 2, or until they reach the seats' height and weight limits. During a crash, rear-facing car seats will protect your children's heads and necks from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to forward-facing booster seats, 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 rear-facing car seats until age 2, or until they reach the seats' height and weight limits. During a crash, rear-facing car seats will protect your children's heads and necks from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to forward-facing booster seats, 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 rear-facing car seats until age 2, or until they reach the seats' height and weight limits. During a crash, rear-facing car seats will protect your children's heads and necks from the impact.


    After age 2, kids can graduate to forward-facing booster seats, 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 rear-facing car seats until age 2, or until they reach the seats' height and weight limits. During a crash, rear-facing car seats will protect your children's heads and necks from the impact.


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

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