For many parents, a tot's first birthday is not only cause for a party, but it is the milestone they use to switch their baby from a rear-facing car seat to a forward-facing one. Today, the American Academy of Pediatrics is revising their long-held recommendations and advising parents to keep their lil ones facing back until they turn 2-years-old, or they reach the height and weight guidelines on the seat.

Car safety recommendations have evolved significantly over the years. Take this quiz to see how much you really know about them.

Doctors Recommend Rear-Facing Car Seats Until Tots Are 2; Test Your Knowledge

True or False: If a baby's feet touch the back of the vehicle seat in a rear-facing car seat, it is time to switch to a forward-facing version.

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