Best and Worst Child Booster Seats

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently evaluated 53 new models of child booster seats, and found that almost all of them performed well, with the exception of Costco's Easy Elite and Highback 2-in-1 DX.

Booster seats are for children ages 4 and older who no longer fit in child-safety seats, but are still too small for three-point seat belts. Some children need booster seats until at 12 or even higher. Children using booster seats are 45% less likley to be injured in a crash.

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