Bring Rear-Seat Safety to Its Full Potential The Center for Injury Research and Prevention recently released a thorough study of rear seat safety. It concluded that, although it is always safer to ride in the rear, the relative benefits decrease for children who do not ride in CRs or boosters, and more so in recent years. Find out why in this report.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that one in every four deaths in crashes of children under age 15 is related to alcohol use.
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