Car Seat and Booster Seat Safety for Kids
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How Old Is Too Old?
In matters of car seat safety, what matters is not your child's age, but her size. The federal government recommends that anybody under 4'9" ride in a booster seat. There's also a handy calculator at http://icsw.nhtsa.gov/childps/seatcalculator.html, which will help you determine what type of car seat is best suited to your child's age and size.
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