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Article published October 9, 2012
Rear-facing car seat a must-buy for parents
By ARA Content
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a rear-facing car seat for the first two years of a child’s life. One problem for many parents is buying a car seat that will last their child the entire first two years. Babies grow quickly, and in rear-facing car seats, they can often run out of room for their growing legs — way before they reach the age of 2. The Graco SnugRide Click Connect 40 is the only rear facing infant car seat suitable for use from birth through 2 years of age because it has an adjustable base with eight recline positions to provide the most leg room for growing children. The infant car seat also features the Simply Safe Adjust harness system, allowing parents to easily adjust the headrest and harness with one hand as their child grows.