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Are backwards-facing child seats safer than forward-facing child seats?

Yes, backwards-facing child seats are much safer than forward-facing child seats.

Forward-facing child seats have a significantly lower protective capacity than backwards-facing child seats. Small children who travel in forward-facing child seats are at five times higher risk of being killed or seriously injured, compared to children who travel in backwards-facing child seats.