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    2000 grand Caravan

    Well, my '99 outback just got in an accident and the damage is high - but not enough to total it. i'm having it repaired and then trading it in or selling it.

    I've inherited my parents Dodge 2000 grand caravan.

    Where do you recommend seats be placed?

    We have a britax husky for my 3 1/2 year old autistic son.

    A new baby on the way (due in february). not sure if I will buy them a new seat or use our spare roundabout that was purchased for use in parents/friends vehicles when babysitting.
    So, it will either be a roundabout or a specific infant seat.

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    If possible I would stay with the secound row which is the safest place in the vehicle for children.

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