Children who have outgrown their harness-style seats are usually too small to safely use regular seat belts alone. Use booster seats for older children until they reach 4’9” (57 inches).
Targeted outreach week: September 15-21, 2019 (National Child Passenger Safety Week)
Suggested hashtag: #TheRightSeat
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Child Passenger Safety Campaigns
Car Seat Guides & Ratings
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Reports, Data, and Laws
*List of Abbreviations
AAP: American Academy of Pediatrics
CHOP: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
CSFTL: Car Seats for the Littles
EVMS: Eastern Virginia Medical School
GHSA: Governors Highway Safety Association
HIPRC: Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center
IIHS: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
NHTSA: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
SKW: Safe Kids Worldwide
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