The Backseat For our most precious: kids under 13 need to ride in the backseat as it is the safest place. Infants and toddlers should ride in a car seat that faces the back window until they are at least two years old. The seat itself is strapped into the car. It is recommended to buy a kid’s booster seat after a child is two and of a substantial size—it is oriented face front, and they will wear seat belts the right way woven through the chair.
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