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Child Passenger Safety Card, simple tips for driving safely with your child

Child Passenger Safety Card, simple tips for driving safely with your child

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    • Quest for Safety Quick Reference Child Passenger Safety Card Drive safely with your child by following these simple tips… Child’s head is Child’s head is supported by back supported by of booster vehicle seat back Shoulder strap is across shoulder and over the Backless Booster Seat Lap belt is low and snug on upper thighs High-backed Booster Seat Based on graphics provided by SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A. The Nissan safety reference card is designed to assist in correct child passenger safety seat use. If your safety seat cannot be properly installed in your vehicle, or if your child does not fit in the safety seat properly, Booster Seats (For most children from 4 - 8 years old.) you should try another safety seat. For a comprehensive guide to child safety seat installation and use, consult your child safety seat and vehicle manuals. ALL CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER SHOULD ALWAYS RIDE IN THE BACK SEAT.
    • Rear-facing Infants Forward-facing Toddlers (Infants must face rearward until they are at (Only children who are over 1 year old and over least 1 year old and 20 lbs. NEVER PUT 20 lbs. should ride facing forward.) A BABY IN FRONT OF AN AIR BAG.) Important Tips for Correct Safety Seat Use • Harness straps are very snug - no slack or twists in the straps Straps are in slots at shoulder • Chest clip is at armpit level level or higher • Vehicle seat belt is very tight, in correct location shown in Straps are in slots at shoulder instructions level or lower • Safety seat cannot be pushed or pulled toward front or sides of car (no more than 1 inch) • Children should ride in a safety seat with a harness as long as it fits (usually up to about 4 years/40 lbs.) Straps are in Shoulder highest slots straps are in lowest slots Rear-facing-only Forward-facing Seat Convertible Seat Forward-facing-only Seat Rear-facing Convertible Seat For a comprehensive guide to child safety seat installation and use, consult your child safety seat and vehicle manuals. ALL CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER SHOULD ALWAYS RIDE IN THE BACK SEAT.