Never put an infant in the front seat of a car, truck, SUV, or van with a passenger
air bag. All children should be properly secured in car safety seats, ...
Air bags protect adults but can be dangerous to infants and young children
seated in front of them. Learn about air bags and get air bag safety tips.
Kids in the Back; Bags Mean Belts; Proper Position; Are They Safe? Automobile
airbags have been a critical advance in driver and passenger safety, but they ...
Always read and follow the child safety seat and vehicle manufacturer's
instructions for ... Never install a rear-facing safety seat in front of an active airbag
May 16, 2007 ... Children's Health next page ... Distance from the air bag is the most important
factor in preventing air bag injuries, according to ... on the web site of the National
Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA).
My young child doesn't need to be secured in a safety seat.” Vehicle ... If you
cannot safely sit 10 inches away from the air bag, contact your vehicle dealer or ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Children Airbag Requirements&v=kGjk-me4Og4
Mar 20, 2012 ... Air bags save lives by protecting drivers and passengers during frontal crashes,
but can be dangerous to young children seated in the front seat ...
Several states have laws requiring children to sit in the back until a certain age, ...
must put a non-rear-facing child in the front seat, turn off your car's air bag if it ...
Front air bags have been required in all passenger cars since 1997 and all ... If
you don't have an air bag on-off switch and regularly need to put a child in the ...
www.safercar.gov/Vehicle Shoppers/Air Bags/Side-Impact Air Bags
ALL children use a safety restraint appropriate for their age and ...