The following educational videos can help you choose and install the proper child safety seat or booster seat for your child. They also offer information about using the LATCH system and air bag safety.
Infants in rear-facing seats
Get advice for choosing and properly installing a child safety seat that will help protect your baby from serious injuries. Remember, babies should remain rear-facing until they are 2 years of age.
Toddlers in forward-facing seats
Children 2 years or older, or those younger than 2 who have outgrown their rear-facing safety seat must be restrained in a forward-facing safety seat. Learn how to properly install a forward-facing car seat and restrain your child.
Booster seat safety
Children who reach the highest weight or height of their forward-facing child safety seat should use a belt-positioning booster. Get tips for safely strapping your child into a booster seat.
Air bag safety for infants, toddlers and children
Air bags save lives by protecting drivers and passengers during frontal crashes, but can be dangerous to young children seated. Learn about air bag safety to help protect your child.
Using LATCH to install car seats and booster seats
The LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system was developed to make it easier to install child safety seats without the use of seat belts. Learn how to use the LATCH system to proper install your child's car seat.