New Car Seat Guidelines Say Keep Babies Rear-Facing Longer
(Undated) — New guidelines for children’s car seats say babies should be facing the rear of the car as long as possible. The American Academy of Pediatrics said this week that babies and toddlers should remain rear-facing until they reach the maximum height and weight allowed by the seat manufacturer. Previous guidelines said children should remain rear-facing until at least age two. But the new guidelines are based on a child’s size, meaning some children should remain rear-facing even after they’re two.
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