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Preventing child passenger injuries : How does a booster seat work? [Infographic, 2013]

Preventing child passenger injuries : How does a booster seat work? [Infographic, 2013]
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This infographic explains how booster seats protect child passengers who are under 148 cm tall, regardless of their age. Crash test forces with and without a booster seat are illustrated as are the injuries that can be caused by using an adult seat belt too soon. New Zealand child passenger injury data includes hospitalisations - 3 children every week, and fatalities - 18 children die every year and half of them are tamariki Maori. Charts show hospitalisation by ethnicity and age groups.

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