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2012-07-17
Name: Editor IP How to travel by a car with an infant safely ? How to install baby car seat the right way? How to buy a car seat for a baby?

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2013-04-25
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Name: Garima Sood
Subject:  Car Seat buying tips
There are three main types of car seats: infant car seats, convertible car seats and booster seats.To keep kids as safe as possible on the road, choose the seat that' s best suited to their age, height, and weight. Steer clear of used or secondhand seats, which can be unsafe. And look for a car seat that will let your child stay rear-facing as long as possible.infant car seats fit babies snugly during the first year or so, depending on the seat and size of your baby.These seats usually have a handle for easy carrying.
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2013-04-25
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Name: Bobby Brown
Subject:  Car seat tips
Car seats for young babies should be installed in the rear-facing position in the center of the rear seat. Keep your child in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible – until age 2, or when your child reaches the seat' s maximum rear-facing height and weight limits. Once your toddler outgrows the rear-facing capabilities of his car seat, he can ride facing forward. The middle of the backseat is still the safest place for him to sit.
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2013-04-25
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Name: Ramesh Sarang
Subject:  Car sdafety tips
While traveling with a baby in a car please make sure to follow the following tips:
Use your baby’s car seat rear-facing and semi-reclined
Make sure the buckled harness straps that keep your baby properly positioned and secured in the car seat fit snuggly.
Position the shoulder straps through the slots at or below your rear-facing baby’s shoulders.
Never buy a used car seat if you do not know its full history
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