Study finds car booster seats often used incorrectly

05/26/2009 | Yahoo!

Researchers who studied 564 children using booster seats in cars at Indiana fast-food restaurants and discount stores found two-thirds of the seats were improperly installed or used. Common mistakes included slack shoulder belts or putting the shoulder restraint under a child's arm, behind their back or over an arm rest.

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