Older Children More Likely To Be Injured in a Car, Less Likely to Have Car Seats Checked for Safety

Booster seat-aged children are 2X more likely to suffer serious injury/death in a crash than younger children. NYT reports on a new U-M Injury Center study that shows they may be less likely to have car seats inspected for safety. 

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Monday, September 14, 2015
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