At Rick Case Genesis Davie, we want your child to be safe and secure at all times when riding in a vehicle. Choosing the right type of car seat for your son or daughter can maximize the chances that they aren't hurt while taking a trip to the playground, doctor's office or babysitter's house.

Infants should be placed in car seats that face away from the driver. Toddlers can be placed in seats that face the front of the vehicle, and those types of seats will have adjustable harnesses and tethers. Safety or booster seats can be used until a child is at least four feet tall or weigh more than 50 pounds.

In some cases, children will use the seats until they turn 12. Even if children don't need a safety or booster seat, they should remain in the rear of the vehicle until they at least 13-years-old.

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