• When can I turn my baby around?

    According to current safety recommendations, children are best protected in a crash if they are seated facing the rear of the vehicle unitl they are about two years old or until they reach the top weight or height allowed by the car seat manufacturer. Since most newer convertible car seats have an upper rear-facing weight limit of 35-40 pounds, children should be able to remain rear-facing longer to receive maximum protection in a crash.
  • What's the child passenger law in Indiana?

    • Children are required to ride properly restrained in a child restraint, which can include a belt positioning booster seat, until they reach their 8th birthday.
    • Children at least 8 years old until their 16th birthday are required to ride properly restrained in a child restraint system or seat belt.
    • This law applies to all seating positions in all vehicles.
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