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Child Passenger Safety

Child Passenger SafetyThe Problem

In today's highly mobile society, children travel more than ever. Sadly, this mobility comes at a staggering price. In 2013, more than 1,149 children died and over 127,000 were injured in car crashes - enough to rank motor vehicle crashes as a leading cause of death for children in the U.S. Tragically, many of these deaths could have been prevented. Research shows that seat belts and safety seats - when properly used - are the most effective tools in preventing injuries and deaths in vehicle crashes.

Safety Seat Guide

AAA is here to help you better understand the four stages of car seat use. Research tells us that seat belts and child safety seats are the most effective safety devices in preventing serious injuries and deaths in vehicle crashes.

Stage 1: Rear-Facing child safety seat

Stage 2: Forward-Facing child safety seat

Stage 3: Booster Seat

Stage 4: Lap/Shoulder Belt


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