Did you know that a correctly used and installed rear facing child restraint offers an 88-96%
reduction in the risk of a fatal injury over an incorrectly used restraint or no restraint used ?
Best practice is to keep your child rear facing as long as they safely fit. Independent overseas studies show that rear facing is 5 times safer, especially for frontal impacts.
Correct and tight is always right.
Source: NeuRa best practice guidelines.