DENVER — How long should your child stay in a booster seat? You’d be surprised how few Colorado parents know the right answer.
A new study by Safe Kids Worldwide finds that one in four parents admits to not buckling up their child in a car.
That’s why we’re explaining the law to keep your child safe, in our Good Day guide to keeping your family Safe & Secure.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has tested car safety seats using test dummies.
Of the 50 car seats tested, 44 of them were listed as best bets, meaning they were safe and effective.
Four of the seats evaluated were “good bets” and two were not recommended.