Car Seat Safety Week

Car Seat Safety Week
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Car Seat Safety Week

Car seat safety is a widely discussed topic these days. Most accidents arise from improper use of car seats and seat belts. The most common examples include:

Rear-Facing Car Seat:
Incorrect amount of recline in child’s car seat: Child is less than a year old and the car seat is not installed at the correct angle for the rear-facing position.

Forward-Facing Car Seat:
Loose car seat installation: Car seat can be moved front to back or side to side by more than one inch when pushed or pulled at the belt path.

Booster Seat:
Improper lap belt position: Lap belt is placed across the child’s abdomen/rib cage, instead of across the hips or upper thighs.

If your looking for a great resource for car seat safety tips has great tips to keep your riders safe!

Visit for a complete safety check including what to look out for BEFORE placing a car seat in your car. Is your latch system proper for your seat of choice.

Learn the proper position and differences for infant seats, convertible seats and booster seats. You will also find other tips such as making sure to register your seat. This will help manufacturers alert buyers to safety recalls and defects!

Whether your looking for car safety tips or purchasing a car, renting a car, or driving a car, has a lot of great information!


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    • A. H. on December 13, 2021 at 1:55 am
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    Awesome content and tips that every car owner can follow through it.

    • Calvin on April 18, 2018 at 3:28 pm
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    A decent car seat is important for safety

    • Tabitha miller on October 6, 2017 at 8:26 pm
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    Awesome tips. Thanks

    • Kari M Lorz on October 6, 2017 at 3:16 pm
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    Car safety is very important for little ones. Go to a reputable youtube source and watch exactly how to set it up and put your little one in!

  1. Very glad people can learn to use these safely

  2. Glad for this week. 40 years ago car seats weren’t required.
    slehan at juno dot com

      • Lynne B on September 26, 2017 at 2:35 pm
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      Yes! I remember! Then it became so complicated! I’m glad some fire departments and car dealerships will show you how to install them properly.

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