There are several common mistakes that parents make when it comes to car seat safety, and some of them might be surprising.
The safety message couldn’t be clearer: seat belts save lives. But, experts are reminding parents that seat belts were built for adults, so children may need to stay in booster seats much longer than is legally required.
Proper car seat use is a problem for kids in the United States, a study suggests, with many parents ignoring or unaware of current guidelines that ensure a child’s safety.
Police in University Park are warning residents about a rash of thefts from full-size SUVs. Police say thieves have been stealing third-row seats from the vehicles and then putting them up for sale online and at flea markets.
Subaru is recalling more than 275,000 Forester SUVs because a rear seat belt may not hold a child seat in place securely.
KidsAndCars.org says: “Even the best of parents or caregivers can overlook a sleeping baby in a car; and the end result can be injury or even death.” Yet everytime we hear of one of these […]
This Memorial Day travel weekend, please check your child’s car and/or booster seats for safe installation. It saved my daughter’s life. Here’s our story, and how to check your child’s seat for safety.
New guidelines for parents say children should ride in rear-facing car seats until they are 2 years old.