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"A recent British study showed that children at least until the age of four should be kept in rear-facing car seats for maximizing their safety. The study was conducted by general physician Elizabeth Watson and Michael Monteiro from Sunny Meed Surgery near London.[ad} According to drive.com.au, the study found that small children were safer when placed in rear-facing seats than on forward-facing ones, as the head, neck and spine are kept more aligned, and the force in case of ..." Continue Reading →
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