Booster and Seat Belt Safety Infographics

Lap Belts have that Name for a Reason

Did you know that seat belts are designed to fit adults, not kids? The seat belt will not safely fit most kids until they're 10-12 years of age. Until then, it's critical that they use a belt positioning booster seat to prevent serious injury or death in the event of a sudden stop or crash.
Did you know that seat belts are designed to fit adults, not kids? The seat belt will not safely fit most kids until they’re at least 10-12 years of age. Until then, it’s critical that they use a belt positioning booster seat to prevent serious injury or death in the event of a sudden stop or crash.
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