Don’t Risk Your Child’s Life!
Automotive Safety for Children in the 21st Century
8th Revised Edition – Released June 2010.
Created by: Shelness Productions
in association with The University of Michigan Child Passenger Protection Research Program
This is the most comprehensive, up-to-date child passenger safety video available that covers selection and correct use of safety seats. The current version includes key best practice recommendations, such as keeping a child rear facing until at least age 2, using a seat with a harness until it has been outgrown by height or weight, and using a booster until the vehicle belt fits properly (usually age 10-12). Other important components are graphic footage of air bag deployment with a rear-facing infant dummy, crash footage illustrating the critical importance of infants riding rear facing, demonstration of installation in newer vehicles, and footage that compares performance of tethered and untethered forward-facing seats.
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