Ok so about a month and a half ago I was at a red light and all of a sudden I heard horrible screeching sounds of tires burning against the road and brakes being slammed. I looked in my rearview mirror and a car was coming right for me!!!! The part that terrified me the most was that my daughter sits in the back of the minivan. My second row is bucket seats and one was removed for easier access for DD to climb in and out. Anyhow my minivan is typical in the fact that there is maybe 20 - 22 INCHES of space between the back door and my back row bench seat where DD sits. Needless to say I almost had a heartattack when I thought he was going to hit me, I contemplated jumping the van on the median hoping he would miss us, but I saw him fishtail his car into another lane. I firmly believe DD would have been seriously injured had he hit me. PRAISE THE LORD GOD, who is so good, He protected my daughter and I and the car just took off, but since then I moved one of my bucket seats into the middle of the van and put her car seat there. Now she loves it bc she's closer to mommy, can see good out the window. But what I don't like is that the seatbelt has to stretch a ways to secure her seat. The seatbelt is locked and the seat doesn't move much but it still worries me. I know the best place for her is in the back but I am absolutely terrified of being rear ended and unfortunately purchasing another vehicle is absolutely out of the question for me. What would you ladies do? Move her back into the back and pray to God you never get rear ended or leave her in the middle with the seat belt stretched a little bit (meaning it is as its fullest length). I'm so confused but scared to move her back. At the same time I want her to be completely safe. Any advice helps and SORRY sooooooo long. LOL!