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Q: Where should I place the child restraint systems?

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Where should I place the child restraint systems?

It’s always best to put the child restraint systems in the rear seats. However, if you have to put a child restraint system in the front passenger seat, make sure that it’s not a rear-facing restraint. A rear-facing restraint in the passenger seat can cause serious damage or fatalities in the event of an accident, because of its proximity to the airbag.

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