(KMOV.com) – Transportation officials examined the seatbelts on booster seats and released new safety ratings Thursday morning.
The latest review found seats that allow the belts to lie across the child’s upper thighs work best. The shoulder belt should also fit snuggly in the center of the shoulder.
When making the transition from child seat to booster seat, the decision should be made due to the child’s height and weight, not age alone.
Click here to see how your child’s booster seat ranked.