Half Of All American Booster Seats Arent Safe

10.13.11 | Sarah Harnisch

  Half of the children's car booster seats on the market don't fit properly with seat belts. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says it's important that booster seats raise children up so adult-sized seat belts fit properly.  If the belt cuts across their neck, your child is not safe. The group says while seats have improved in the three years, only 41 out of 83 sears measured up this time around.  20-million-kids ride in a booster every day. If you want to know if your seat is safe, go here for a full list.