Why rear-face for as long as possible

Please rear face until the upper limits on your child’s car seat.

“Uploaded on Dec 7, 2008
Front face or rear face your child? Here is a TRUE STORY, narrated by the grandfather, whose 18 month old grandson broke his neck while in a front facing car seat. This video is not morbid, but is intended to educate the public, and allow them to make an informed decision for child safety. For 2 1/2 years after this accident, we pushed for reform of the 12 month / 20 lb rule. In March, 2011 the recommendation was changed to RF until 2 or the child reaches the RF limit of the car seat. This video played a big part in that effort. We hope it helps you to make a decision, that’s right for you, and your child.”

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