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Asked by Anonymous at 8:37 AM on Dec. 22, 2012 in Parenting Debate
It is safest to keep a child rear facing until they reach the rear facing weight or height limit of their convertible car seat. How long a child can remain rear facing depends on the size of the child and the car seat they are using. My son is on the smaller side (only 25th percentile for height) and I have a very high capacity rear facing seat, so he is still rear facing at 5 and may make it to 6 or 7 before he has to turn around. Rear facing is 532% safer, so my child will remain rear facing until he reaches the max for his seat.
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