When to Use the Forward-Facing Car Seat

Children grow, that is a force you cannot stop, now would you wish to curb that growth. Using a rear-facing car seat for a newborn to a 2 to 4-year-old depends on the growth of the child. When the child’s legs grow beyond the length of the car seat, it is time to use a forward-facing car seat.

Forward-facing car seats demand extra protection to protect the child from harm. The five-step seatbelt sequence is proven to effectively disperse the forces created during an accident. The energy is dispersed to the strongest parts of the child. A tether that keeps the child’s head from bouncing forward is also recommended as a further precaution to protect the spinal cord from damage.

Visit Lexus San Diego in San Diego, CA to find a forward-facing child car seat that will protect your child from harm in the unlikely event of an accident.

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