|Traffic crashes claim the lives of more than 43,000 people in this country each year. While most fatalities involve adults, more than one child dies each day in a traffic related crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that deaths and injuries among children could be reduced if parents would always buckle up their children in a child safety seat appropriate for their age and size. According to the NHTSA at least four of five children who should ride in booster seats do not. This segment underwritten by Nissan.
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