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Age/Size When Child Should Start Riding in Forward-Facing Car Seat

Children should ride rear facing as long as possible, usually up to 24 months. Infant-only seats often are rated for use up to 22 pounds and convertible seats can be used rear facing up to 35 to 50 pounds depending on the seat. The longer a child rides rear facing, the safer they are. Children under 2 years of age are 75% safer riding rear-facing then forward-facing
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