Young children are safest in the back seat of the car properly restrained in a car seat. When used properly, car seats help keep a child from being thrown inside, or ejected from the vehicle. A car seat also absorbs some of the impact force from a crash that may cause serious injury or death to the child.
|Review Date: 5/3/2007|
Reviewed By: Leisha M. Andersen, MD, Private Practice specializing in Pediatrics, Denver, CO. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.
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