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What is a Booster Seat?

The Expert Breaks It Down

Joni Gray
by Joni Gray
August 25, 2014

Booster seats are for older children. Only 1 in every 10 8-year old children are actually big enough to not use a booster seat so, even if your child thinks that they are too big for a booster seat, they probably aren't. Boosters are good for keeping the seat belts in the proper placement on a child. Improper placement can cause injuries in a crash. They also address the 5-point safety check that is necessary in detrmining if a child needs a booster seat, or not.

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