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What are the recommended four stages of child passenger safety?
1. Rear-Facing Seat: Infants stay rear-facing as long as possible – to the upper weight limits of the harness – but never forward-facing before their first birthday and 20-22 pounds.
2. Forward-Facing Seat: Toddlers go forward-facing in a five-point harness until the upper limits of the harness, usually 40-65 pounds.
3. Booster Seat: Children from about age four up to 4’9” tall.
4. Adult Safety Belt: From 4’9” and taller.