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Rear facing is not a choice made based on opinion; it's based on scientific fact. We're able to protect kids from severe injury in a crash rear facing.
Frontal accidents are the most likely accidents and those where the forces are most severe. The best way to protect yourself in a head-on collision is to be seated rear facing.
Rear-facing in the car is FIVE times safer than forward-facing for kids under the age of 4. Watch this important video to find out how you can keep your chil...
A true story of an 18 mo old child in a front facing car seat, and broke his neck. Crash test videos, Rear facing car seat info, carseat safety, children in car seats, extended rear facing
Something that would greatly benefit car seat research was first used in 1949, a crash test dummy. Over the years technology has gotten more and more advanced and researchers today have amassed a large amount of data which help to keep our children safe in cars. In the old days dummy's with adult heads were used and