Jennifer: I was in a minor vehicle accident recently, and though neither I nor my toddler - who was riding with me was injured - a friend told me I could get a free child car seat from the insurance company. Is this true?
With so many fender-benders across America daily, I wonder if it's possible for insurance companies to replace every single child safety seat involved. And who would oversee such a large operation? I decided to start with the federal government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to see what the rules are, but I didn't get very far. With the onset of technology and many companies looking to streamline their interaction with the public, I had to fill out an online question form.
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