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Q: Where should Children be seated?

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Where should Children be seated?

Carrying your family safely on the road should be a top priority. While driving safely is definitely important, it’s just as important that you seat your Children correctly. Remember these rules:

  • Never carry an infant or child on your lap in a moving vehicle.

  • All child seats must be installed correctly.

  • Never put a child seat in the front seat. It risks injury if the air bag deploys.

  • Nissan recommends that no child under 13 be allowed to ride in the front seat.

  • Never use one seat belt for two Children, or for a child and an adult.

  • Anchor points should be used to properly secure child seats.

  • Anchor points are not designed to work with adult restraints.

  • Never drive with an unsecured child seat, even if the seat is not occupied.

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