Kia Optima: Restraint of Large Children - Safety Belts - Knowing your vehicle - Kia Optima MS/Magentis 2000-2005 Owners ManualKia Optima: Restraint of Large Children

As children grow, they may need to use new child restraints, including larger child seats or booster seats, which are appropriate for their increased size.

A child who has outgrown available child restraint systems should use the belts provided in the vehicle. When seated, the child should be restrained by the lap/shoulder belt.

If the shoulder belt slightly touches the childТs neck or face, try placing the child closer to the center of the vehicle. If the shoulder belt still touches their face or neck, they may need to be returned to a child restraint system. In addition, after-market devices are available from independent manufacturers which help pull the shoulder belt lower and away from the childТs face or neck.

Restraint of Infants and Small Children
To increase their safety, infants and young children should always be restrained by a restraint system approved for their age and size. for this reason, all states of The United States have laws g ...

Placement of a Child Restraint System
We recommend that, whenever possible, you put the child restraint in the center position of the rear seat and secure it to the vehicle with the lap belt. If the center rear seat is not available, o ...

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