Study finds parents still make car-booster-seat mistakes

A study of 565 children fastened into belt-positioning booster seats showed parents still are making mistakes with seat belts. The study, conducted at 25 fast-food restaurants and discount department stores in Indiana in 2006 and 2007, found at least one mistake in 65% of seats inspected.

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