Air Bags and Children Defensive Class Topic

 

Airbag-Defensive-ClassAir Bags and Children

Does your child ride in the back seat? The back seat is generally the safest place in a crash. Almost all vehicles are now equipped with airbags. With children 12 and under, there is one general rule: place them in the rear seat! Airbags can severely injure or kill children sitting in the front seat. Besides the rear seat is much safer even if your vehicle isn't equipped with air bags. When a child must be seated in the front seat, move the seat as far back as possible. If your vehicle has a passenger-side air bag, the only place for a rear-facing infant seat to be installed is in the rear seat.

Crash Protection

Airbag Defensive Class