How proper car seats and seat belts can keep your kid safe


More than 1/3 of kids killed in car crashes were not in car seats or wearing a seatbelt

Based on the study by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than a third of children below 13 years old who died in car crashes in 2011 were not in car seats or wearing seatbelts. Furthermore, a research by General Motors says one in four parents travel without making sure their children are buckled up and secured in the vehicles.

Here are some other facts determined by the NHTSA study on 2011 car crashes:

In order to prevent increasing these incidents, NHTSA recommends the following safety tips to increase your children’s likelihood of surviving such accident:

Here in, we value your family’s safety. Follow these simple tips for a safe and responsible journey with your kids.

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