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How long should I use a rear-facing car seat?

Law states that the minimum age for ending the use of rear-facing car seats is one year and at least 20 pounds. However, the pediatric academy now recommends using these until two years of age or until the child reaches the maximum height and weight recommendations from the car seat manufacturer.

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