Car seats are for your child's safety, but their safety is compromised if they're in the wrong seat. Here's how to know which seat is right for your child.

Car seat manufacturers have height and weight guides, so check the seat information first. Infants and toddlers should use rear-facing car seats until they outgrow those guidelines. Some toddlers are big enough for forward-facing car seats, which are also the best seat for preschoolers. Typically, children between eight and 12 years old have grown to at least four-feet-nine inches tall, so they move up to a booster seat. Using just a seat belt is for kids big enough that a seat belt fits them properly.

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