How many types of car seats are there? How to choose? Parents are concerned about their child’s safety

Choosing the Right Car Seat for Your Child

1. Ensure there is a child safety seat and use it correctly whenever riding in a car.

2. Choose the car seat type and install it appropriately based on the child’s age, size, weight, and height. For infants to 3-year-olds, use a rear-facing car seat, which is the safest option. For children aged 2-6 years, a forward-facing car seat can be used. As for older children, a booster seat should be used, which is a forward-facing seat used in conjunction with a regular safety belt.

3. Make sure it meets safety standards from reputable manufacturers. If choosing a second-hand safety seat, inspect it for any signs of damage or wear, and ensure the straps or buckles are in good condition, with an age of use not exceeding 6 years.

4. Read and follow the installation instructions carefully.

5. For sedans, install the child safety seat in the backseat. Avoid placing it in the front seat next to the driver, as in the event of an accident, the child may be impacted by the airbag. For further information, contact the Department of Disease Control hotline at 1422

The type of car seat should be chosen according to the child’s age, and the installation of the car seat and booster seat should follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Avoid installing the safety seat for children on the front seat next to the driver

Infants – 1 year old: Use a rear-facing car seat.

Children aged 1 – 3 years: Use a rear-facing car seat.

Children aged 2-6 years: Use a forward-facing car seat.

Children aged 4 – 12 years: Use a booster seat facing forward. For older children, use it with a regular safety belt (depending on weight and height).

Children over 12 years old: Always wear a safety belt in every seating position.

Installing a car seat is essential for child safety. Consider the child’s age, weight, and size before purchasing a car seat. Properly installed car seats meeting safety standards significantly reduce the risk of child injury. Besides the car seat, other parts and components are also crucial for safety. Regularly inspect and maintain your vehicle, and promptly replace any damaged parts

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