The safest place for a child of any age to ride is in the seat?

Answer A national study showed that 11 percent of children grades 6 through 10 are bullies.

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Which seat in the car is the safest to place a child?

The backseat and specifically in the middle where the child would be away from glass. Placing him in the front seat would put him in danger because he would be surrounded by glass from 2 sides.

What is the safest place for a car seat?

On One Hand: Passenger-Side Rear Seat Is the Most PopularA 2008 study published in Pediatrics magazine has shown that parents are more likely to put their child's car seat on the passenger rear sid... Read More »

The safest positon for a child seat in a 4 seat car?

In the rear seat facing backward.- - - - - - - According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), rear seats are safest place for infants and children. Placing children in back instead... Read More »

Where is the safest place for a baby car seat?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the safest place for a baby car seat is in the back seat. If there is no back seat, place the baby car seat in the passenger seat, but turn off the ... Read More »