Zander Nichols, 4, buckles himself into his car seat in this file photo. Assuring that children are properly restrained is a key during holiday travel.
Zander Nichols, 4, buckles himself into his car seat in this file photo. Assuring that children are properly restrained is a key during holiday travel. Fresno Bee file
Zander Nichols, 4, buckles himself into his car seat in this file photo. Assuring that children are properly restrained is a key during holiday travel. Fresno Bee file

Before heading out for holidays, make sure child car seats are properly installed

November 08, 2017 05:20 PM

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