Child Passenger Safety Week is over but it’s never a bad time to brush up on booster seat safety! Did you know that 4-5 year olds using booster seats have a 67% reduction in fatality risk vs. other 4-5 year olds riding unrestrained? Some parents may not know what booster seat laws apply to them, as they vary by state and can be pretty confusing. For example, in some states all children under 8 years old must be restrained in a booster, and other states only require children to 4 years old to use one. Although the AAP recommends that children ride in booster until the age of 12 or 57’, only 13% of children 54-56” do.
Maxi-Cosi has compiled these and other helpful statistics in a new infographic on booster seat safety which can be viewed below!
Early next month, Maxi Cosi is launching the RodiFix booster seat which will feature advanced side impact protection and IsoFix for easy installation! Make sure to come back to learn more about the RodiFix!
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