If you love them enough to do this, then you've come to the right place to make sure they're in the right seat.

Find & Compare Seats

The Car Seat Finder is an easy-to-use tool that lets you compare seats to find the right car seat for your child. Just fill out your child’s age, height and weight below, and you’ll be provided car seat types that fit your child. Before you get started, make sure you're familiar with the four types of car seats and NHTSA’s recommendations for choosing the right type of seat for your child.

Infant, convertible, booster, or seat belt? Keep your child safe by making certain you know which seat is the right seat.

Check the Statistics

312
Children under five saved by car seats in 2017
8 %
of children aged 1-3 years-old were moved to booster seats too early in 2017
40 %
of children aged 4-7 years-old were using booster seats in 2017
If you love them enough to do this, then you've come to the right place to make sure they're in the right seat.

Tweens: Keep them safe as they grow.

Children usually grow out of a booster seat between 8 and 12 years old. Keep your children in booster seats until they outgrow the size limits of the booster seats or are big enough to fit properly in seat belts. See how your vehicle's seat belt should be fitted aroud your older child to keep him or her safe.

Make sure they’re buckled correctly!

Find out more about seat belt safety for Tweens and Teens.

Traffic Safety Marketing Resources

NHTSA offers materials for numerous traffic safety campaigns, including drunk driving. These marketing tools provide ways to get involved with campaigns.