Forward-Facing Car Seats: Step 2

Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s child passenger safety video series.

Step 2
This step is when your child is ready to move from a rear-facing car seat to a forward-facing seat. Children should stay rear-facing until they are 2 years old.

There are two types of seats that can be used forward-facing: a convertible car seat and a combination seat.

Watch Erin, from Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Injury Prevention Program, show when you’re child is ready for a forward-facing seat, and how to make sure your child is sitting in the seat properly.

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Fearn and Tucker’s Angel Forever says:

This video is full of compete crap no child should be rear facing after a maximum of six months old at which point they will be far too big for a newborn carrier and there is absolutely no other type of rear facing seat the seats used are forward facing ones which parents use rear facing illegally also no child over two needs a five point harness just a backless booster with the normal seat belt until three then nothing at all it’s getting ridiculous when parents are forcing them to be in carseats and booster which they are far too big for and don’t need because they can’t be bothered to drive carefully enough also the seats in this video are highly dangerous and illegal to use at any time anyway

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