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Car seats diminish the risk of car-related deaths by 71%. Cynthia Cage, child car safety expert at the Children's Coalition for Northeast Louisiana says in order to ensure that the risk of death is diminished, children must be in a car seat that accomodates their height and weight regardless of age. 

On selecting the right car seat and transitioning from car seats to booster seats

Child Passenger Safety Week Promotes Secure Future

Sep 20, 2016

Child Passenger Safety Week is here to remind us that kids are at risk everyday from not buckling up or taking precautionary measure while in a vehicle. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 37.4 percent of children between the ages of four to seven are not being properly restrained when riding in a vehicle.

“When children are not buckled up or are riding in a seat that isn’t used correctly, their safety is in jeopardy,” said NHTSA Administrator Dr. Mark Rosekind.