Rear-facing safety seats still best protection for youngest passengers

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Using rear-facing safety seats for small children in vehicles is still the “best and safest” practice for parents and other caregivers, according to a TexasA&MAgriLife Extension Service program manager based in College Station.

Bev Kellner said although a new rear-facing law passed by this year’s state legislature was vetoed, the best way to protect young children in vehicles remains keeping them in a rearfacing safety seat for as long as the child is within the weight and height limit of the seat.

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