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Parents are always excited to watch their little ones reach the next big milestone, but switching their car seat is a milestone that shouldn’t be rushed. The focus shouldn’t be on “being big enough” to move to a forward-facing seat, but instead should be on keeping a child in a rear-facing seat until he reaches the height and/or weight limit of the seat. Most kids don’t reach the height and/or weight limits of today’s rear-facing convertible car seats until around 2-4 years old, but 77% of children are moved into a forward-facing seat too soon. If you could keep your child 5 times safer, would you?

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