A Visual Guide to Your Child’s Car Safety

When driving your kids, parents know how important car safety, especially car seat safety is for babies and for toddlers21st Century Auto Insurance recently created the visual Guide to to Child Car Safety below to offer parents important tips and facts on how to protect kids riding in a car.

The infographic was also created as a part of the 21st Century’s “Baby on Board” contest — parents can show their artistic sides by reimagining and recreating the typical yellow diamond sign.  The grand prize winner receives $10,000 for a baby room makeover, and the deadline for submissions is March 15, 2013.

Plus, don’t forget that recent AAP guidelines urge parents to place their kids in rear-facing car seats until they are at least 2-years-old or have reached the maximum height and weight capacity of the current car seat.  (You can also view this other Ages and Stages of Car Seat Safety infographic.)

Car Seat Safety Infographic - 21st Century Auto Insurance

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  1. by Christine

    On January 18, 2013 at 8:13 am

    This graphic has an error. It states that harness straps should be worn at or below shoulder level. That is true for rear facing seats. When a child is forward facing, the harness should be at or above the shoulders.

  2. by Sherry Huang

    On January 23, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    Hi Christine — Thanks for the note; we’ll make sure to get in touch with 21st Century.

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  4. by kurituc bor

    On April 23, 2013 at 5:30 am

    I like riding on trains stricle because of the metal clashing around together.