Rear-facing Car Seats Advised For Older Toddlers

A pediatricians’ group now says that toddlers shouldn’t move to a forward-facing seat until at least age 2.

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  • Car Seats: Information for Families
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  • Wisconsin Car Seat Laws | Child Safety Requirements 2020
    Parents are advised to move their child to a forward-facing seat when he or she outgrows the weight limits of the rear-facing position. According to Wisconsin law, children are required to ride in a rear-facing seat until they reach the age of one, or weigh twenty or more pounds. Forward-Facing Car Seat Laws
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    The safest option for an 22 month old is to use a rear-facing car seat, until the child is at least 2 years old. We realize while traveling this can be very inconvenient. If this is the option you choose, there are very inexpensive, lightweight convertible seats that make travel easier.
    04/16/2021 - 12:46 pm | View Website
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