Older kids less likely to have car seats checked for safety than infants

9 septiembre 2015

Booster seat-aged children are twice as likely to suffer serious injury or death in a car crash than younger children but a new study shows they may be less likely to have car seats inspected for proper use. Less than a quarter of car seat and booster checks analyzed in a recent study were conducted in children ages four and older.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150909090956.htm

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