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BMW recalls nearly 200,000 crossovers for child seat troubles.

A part of the system that secures child seats to the vehicle could be damaged over time, increasing risk of injury.

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May 2018

Kiddie Proofers / 2018 / May

Why should my babies car seat be rear-facing?

The risk of severe injury to your baby is greatly reduced by using a rear-facing car seat. Rear-facing helps support a child’s entire body and protects him or her better from an injury, especially to the neck and spine. What types of car seats can be used rear-facing? There are two types of rear-facing car seats: rear facing only seats (commonly called infant carriers or bucket seats) and convertible seats. The rear-facing only seats can be used for infants and weight limits on these seats vary from 22 lbs - 35 lbs. Height limits will also vary depending on the seat. Models come with...

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