Editorial - These mistakes could take a child's life.
When it comes to child car seats, parents aren't getting it.
Three out of every four child restraints are used incorrectly, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS), which issued a news release about the problem last week in conjunction with National Child Passenger Safety Week.
This means that children are riding in the wrong type of restraint or the restraint is not properly secured.
This is a problem not to be taken lightly.
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