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We want you and your family to be safe in our new Toyota in Orlando. This is why we're sharing car seat safety tips to help you keep your kids safe! You can also check out our safe new Toyota in ...

We want you and your family to be safe in our new Toyota in Orlando. This is why we're sharing car seat safety tips to help you keep your kids safe! You can also check out our safe new Toyota in Orlando!

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    • Toyota of Orlando helps you choose the right car seat for your child
    • When buying a family car, it’s always important to think about safety. Fortunately, we have a ton of family-friendly new Toyota in Orlando with high safety ratings and all of the latest safety features. However, it’s not only up to your car to keep you and your family safe while on the road - it’s also up to you! If you have little ones in your new Toyota, it’s important to have them in the right car seat. Not only is it important to have the right car seat, it’s crucial you install it properly! Toyota of Orlando is sharing car seat safety tips to ensure your child is safe and secure.
    • Put your child in the right car seat in your new Toyota in Orlando
    • There’s a lot to think about when choosing the correct car seat for your child. With so many options and guidelines, it can get confusing. For the safety of your child, it’s imperative you get it right! Children of different ages, heights and weights require a certain car seats. Follow these car seat safety tips!  Ages 0-1: Babies up to one year should always be seated in a rear-facing car seat when in your new Toyota in Orlando. This type of car seat is specially designed to reduce the risk of neck and spinal injury during a collision. It typically holds from 25 to 25 lbs.; however, it’s suggested you keep your baby in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible.  Ages 1-3: Once babies out-grow the rear-facing car seat they can move on to a forward facing car seat. This type of safety seat is designed to limit the child’s forward movement in the event of a collision. Children should stay in a forward-facing car seat until they’re at least 70 lbs.  Ages 4-7: After the forward-facing car seat you can put a booster seat in your new Toyota in Orlando. This type of car seat is designed to help the seat belt properly fit a child. Children can typically stop using a booster seat between 7 to 12 years old; however, it mostly depends on their size.
    •  Ages 7 and up: Once children are big enough, they can finally get rid of car seats and just use the seat belt. To reach this step, the seat belt should be able to fit properly. This means the lap belt should lie across the thighs and the shoulder belt should lie across the chest. Make car seat safety a priority in your new Toyota in Orlando Car seat safety is always important, which is why we hope this information was helpful. However, along with having the right car seat, it’s critical you install the car seat correctly! Remember to take your time and follow the instruction manual. You can also have it checked at a local fire or police department for extra precaution. Visit Toyota of Orlando to check out our family-friendly new Toyota at 3575 Vineland Rd. near the Mall at Millenia. We’ll see you soon! Google