Skip Nav
Shutterbug: 10 Pictures to Take on Baby's First Day
Family Life
The Only Thing Cuter Than This Matching Boy and Dog Is Their Adoption Story
The 7 Bizarre Things My Mom Always Did That I Do Now

Safety Statistics About Kids in Cars

How Much Do You Know About Car Safety?

One more good reason to send the kids to grandma's for the weekend! A study published in Pediatrics found that kids are actually safer in crashes when driven by grandparents than when driven by their parents. And not just a little bit safer — taking risk factors like proper seat belt use and type of car into account, the study concluded that there's a 50 percent reduction in injury risk with grandparent drivers.

Busy parents spend an awful amount of time in the car. How much do you know about carting your kids around safely?

How Much Do You Know About Car Safety?

Children should sit in a booster seat until what age?

Image Source: Thinkstock
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
Mom's Message to Car Seat Company Diono After Accident
Breakfast Rules For Weight Loss
Bad Parenting Habits
Mom Straps Daughter's Ashes in Car Seat
Careers For People Who Love Food
Website of the Day: Go Gas
Signs of Spoiled Child
Toddler Survives Crash Due to Properly Installed Car Seat
Miracle Car Accident Shows Importance of Car Seats
1 in 6 People Get Food Poisoning Every Year
From Our Partners
Latest Moms
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds