State laws that require child-seat use among kids eight and younger save lives, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
Among states that issued stricter laws requiring car seats until a child is at least 7 years old, deaths and serious injuries among children in vehicles fell 17 percent, the agency says.
Which type of seat is appropriate for your youngster? The CDC advises:
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