Crashes can happen anywhere! You should always wear your safety belt even if you are just traveling around the block.
The booster seat helps your child's safety belt fit the way it should.
The back seat is the safest place for all kids under 13.
If your child is under 4 feet 9 inches, a booster seat helps them sit up higher and see more.
All 50 states and the District of Columbia have laws that require the use of child safety seats; however, many gaps and inconsistencies exist. While it is important to know your state law, it is more important to use best practice when looking to properly restrain your child in a vehicle. In many states the law does not mirror the recommended best practices for maximum protection for your child. Find out more about your child passenger safety laws at DrivingLaws.AAA.com