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Child Passenger Safety-FAQ.pdf - November 23, 2016

Child Car Seat Frequently Asked Questions Can a child seat purchased in the United States be used in Canada Only child seats with the National Safety Mark label ( Maple Leaf Labe l ) are approved for use in Canada . Child seats purchased outside of Canada ( i.e . United States ) will not have th

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Over Nine Years Old.pdf - November 23, 2016

Seat Belts Over 9 Years Seat belts can be used once children are at least 9 years old or have reached the height of 145 cm ( 49 ) tall . Your child is ready to use the shoulder lap belt without a booster when Childs back is against the vehicle seat back Childs knees bend naturally at

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Under Nine Years Old.pdf - November 23, 2016

Child Car Seats Under 9 Years Booster seats are for children It is recommended children stay in a forward facing car seat with harness if allowed by the Over 18 kg ( 40 lb . ) . manufacturers weight limit . Until they are 9 years old or have reached the height of 145 cm ( 49 ) tall . T

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Child_Passenger_Safety_Birth_to_One_Year_Fact_Sheet.pdf - November 23, 2016

Child Car Seats Birth to One Year Rear facing child car seats must be used until It is recommended that children stay the child is at least one year old AND weighs rear facing longer if allowed by the child car seat at least 9 kg ( 20 lb . ) . manufacturers weight limit . Types of rear faci

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Child Passenger Safety Over 1 Year.pdf - November 23, 2016

Child Car Seats Over One Year Forward facing child car seats are for children It is recommended that children stay rear facing to the manufacturers upper Over one year old AND over 9 kg ( 20 lb . ) . weight limit for rear facing . Until they reach at least 18kg ( 40 lb . ) . Childre

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Child Seat Law Card.pdf - November 23, 2016

B.C . s Laws for Child Passengers Use the right seat for your child By law , drivers are required to make sure that all children under the age of 16 are protected appropriately as described below . Up to at least one year AND 9 kg ( 20 lb . ) Rear facing child car seat Not on a front seat wi

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Stage 1 2015.pdf - November 23, 2016

Keep kids safe REAR FACING CAR SEATS STAGE 11 Babies have large heads and weak necks . The car seats are angled backwards because babies need extra support while riding in a car . A rear facing car seat will support your babys neck in a sudden stop or crash . INSTALL YOUR REAR FACING SEAT Alw

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Stage 2 2015.pdf - November 23, 2016

Keep kids safe FORWARD FACING SEATS STAGE 21 Forward facing car seats are for older children with stronger back and neck muscles . As long as your child fits within the weight and height ranges of his or her rear facing car seat and fits the car seat properly , it is best to keep your child re

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Stage 3 2015.pdf - November 23, 2016

Keep kids safe BOOSTER SEATS STAGE 31 Booster seats are designed to allow seat belt use by children who no longer need forward facing seats . The booster seat positions a child so that the seat belt is correctly located on the lap and shoulder . Dont hurry to move your child to a booster seat . A

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Stage 4 2015.pdf - November 23, 2016

Keep kids safe SEATBELTS STAGE 41 Dont hurry . It is best to keep your child in a booster seat as long as possible . If your child has outgrown his or her booster seat , you must check that the seat belt fits him or her correctly before switching to Stage 4 . HOW TO BUCKLE UP YOUR CHILD THE RIGHT W

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