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We have a 1994 Jeep Wrangler. Where is the safest

We have a 1994 Jeep Wrangler. Where is the safest place to install a car seat? Front? Back? We have a Britax five point upright convertable car seat.

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  • sbarns04 Mar 12, 2009

    I should have mentioned... my child is 3 1/2 yrs old. She hasn't been rear facing for two years. There is no air bag in front.

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I checked with my state police (Maryland) the "Highway Safety Spokesperson"
I spoke with said to put the carseat "in the back, rear facing, with the seat removed if you have that option, if you only need the one "safety seat" center it and use bothe seatbelts to secure it in position.

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Rear seat facing backwards.

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Safest place to install it would be in another car, LOL Maybe one that has a roof and doors. That having been said when both of my boys were in seats I would install both of them in the rear facing forward. Now they are 9 and 7 so only the 7 year old is in a booster seat.

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