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State of Utah and Old Navy team up to keep Utah kids safe

In honor of Child Passenger Safety Week a safety campaign has kicked off between Old Navy and the State of Utah dedicated to bringing awareness on car seat safety.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (ABC 4 UTAH)  - In honor of Child Passenger Safety Week a safety campaign has kicked off between Old Navy and the State of Utah dedicated to bringing awareness on car seat safety. The safety campaign is all about protecting Utah's youngest passengers.

Safety advocates tell ABC 4 UTAH one of Utah's biggest challenges is knowing when to move a child to the next car seat or when to graduate them from using a booster seat.

That's why Old Navy is trying ot help in this effort with specialty designed hanger tags that tell parents "If your kid fits in these clothes, your kid may fit this seat."

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, child safety seats and booster seats reduce the risk of death in passenger vehicles by 71 percent for infants and by 54 percent for toddlers ages 1 to 4.

Throughout this week safety techs will be giving free car seat inspections and tips. To find out where one is happening near you visit http://www.clickitutah.org

 

 

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