An all-out effort has been launched to save lives by getting more children ages 4 to 8 into booster seats. It’s estimated that less than 10 percent of the children who should be in booster seats when traveling in a car actually use them.
Child passenger restraint use has hit record levels for infants and toddlers. But those gains haven’t caught up to older children, typically those ages 4 to 8. Many of these children are too big for child safety seats but too small to prop...
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