Age 2 is a Minimum to Keep Kids RF to, Not a Maximum

Did you know that the recommendation of "rear facing to age 2" is a minimum recommendation, not a maximum? Rear facing offers enormous safety differences and children over the age of 2 continue to benefit from those safety differences. We strongly encourage you to keep your child rear facing until the upper height or weight limit of their seat is met.
Did you know that the recommendation of “rear facing to age 2” is a minimum recommendation, not a maximum? Rear facing offers enormous safety differences and children over the age of 2 continue to benefit from those safety differences. We strongly encourage you to keep your child rear facing until the upper height or weight limit of their seat is met.
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Published by SuperCarSeatGeek

I am a Pennsylvania-based, nationally-certified Child Passenger Safety Technician who is passionate about improving child passenger safety, and lowering associated injuries and deaths. I have been certified since 2011 and have additional training in the safe transportation of children with special health care needs.

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