Survey Finds Parents Committing Considerable Car Seat Mistakes

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released survey results on Monday about the considerable mistakes that parents are committing with regards to the use of car seats and boosters for their children.

In the preliminary results that were given out, it was revealed that about 20 percent of parents are actually being negligent about reading instructions about the proper installation of safety restraints.

The said survey was made in connection with the start of Child Passenger Safety Week. It was also done to serve as a reminder for every parent about the things that could be done in order to make sure that accidents are minimized.

Statistics from the NHTSA shows that the top killer of kids between the age of 1 to 12 in the United States have been car crashes. Ray Lahood, Transportation Secretary, states that, “the key to keeping things safe is to make sure your child is in the right seat for their age and size and to make sure the seat is correctly installed in your vehicle.”

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