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Moms and Dads – do you have children under 2? Using the correct car seat can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Moms and Dads – do you have children under 2? Using the correct car seat can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Moms and Dads – do you have children between the ages of 2 and 5? Using the correct car seat can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Moms and Dads – do you have children between the ages of 2 and 5? Using the correct car seat can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Thanks for your participation in CDC's edition of #Marchmadness! It was a tough elimination round, here are your top four healthy behaviors. Keep your votes coming!

Thanks for your participation in CDC's edition of #Marchmadness! It was a tough elimination round, here are your top four healthy behaviors. Keep your votes coming!

Moms and Dads – has your child outgrown their forward facing car seat? Using a booster seat until seat belts fit properly can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Moms and Dads – has your child outgrown their forward facing car seat? Using a booster seat until seat belts fit properly can be a lifesaver. Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death among children in the United States. But many of these deaths can be prevented. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Moms and Dads – Making sure the seat belt properly fits your child can be a lifesaver. Children no longer need a booster seat once seat belts fit them properly. For older children and adults, seat belt use reduces the risk for death and serious injury by approximately half. If the seat belt lays across your child’s stomach or neck your child still needs to use a booster seat.

Moms and Dads – Making sure the seat belt properly fits your child can be a lifesaver. Children no longer need a booster seat once seat belts fit them properly. For older children and adults, seat belt use reduces the risk for death and serious injury by approximately half. If the seat belt lays across your child’s stomach or neck your child still needs to use a booster seat.

Using seat belts and buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts is the best way to prevent traumatic brain injury, other serious injuries, and death in a crash. | Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Driving | CDC Injury Center

Using seat belts and buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts is the best way to prevent traumatic brain injury, other serious injuries, and death in a crash. | Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Driving | CDC Injury Center

Wearing seat belts reduces the risk of a fatal injury by up to 75% for rear seat occupants, yet the United States does not enforce seat belt laws for rear seat passengers.

Wearing seat belts reduces the risk of a fatal injury by up to 75% for rear seat occupants, yet the United States does not enforce seat belt laws for rear seat passengers.

Mom, Dad, do you have children under 12? Using age- and size-appropriate car seats and booster seats can be a lifesaver.  | Protect the Ones You Love | CDC Injury Center

Mom, Dad, do you have children under 12? Using age- and size-appropriate car seats and booster seats can be a lifesaver. | Protect the Ones You Love | CDC Injury Center

Did you know that teens have one of the lowest rates of seat belt use? Parents, make sure you talk to your teen about seat belt use and include everyone wearing a seat belt in your Parent-Teen Driving Agreement. | Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Driving | CDC Injury Center

Did you know that teens have one of the lowest rates of seat belt use? Parents, make sure you talk to your teen about seat belt use and include everyone wearing a seat belt in your Parent-Teen Driving Agreement. | Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Driving | CDC Injury Center

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