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Q: What is the best way to keep children safe with air bags?

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What is the best way to keep children safe with air bags?

A: It is very unsafe to have an infant or a ch...

It is very unsafe to have an infant or a child come into contact with the front air bags. To keep children and infants safe, always place them in a back seat, and make sure they are properly buckled up.

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