Whenever you're driving with young children, it's important they stay safe. The type of seats they ride in depends on several factors.

One of the most important considerations is the size of the child. Smaller children with less-developed muscles are much safer riding backwards. It's recommended that children under one should always ride backwards, with some states calling for children under two to always ride backwards. The next step up is a forward-facing car seat with a five-point harness. It's recommended that kids ride in this type of seat until they reach the maximum height and weight limit for that specific seat. Children can then ride in booster seats. These provide some extra height so that a child can safely use the vehicle's seat belt.

Looking for a family-friendly vehicle? Come visit George Gee Kia Liberty Lake to see how your family might fit in various models.

 

 

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