https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKwnh1jUHmU Video Source Simulated crash tests show the importance of proper child restraint installation. Most parents don't realize they need to use the top tethers for forward-facing child restraints. Attaching the top tether keeps the restraint from pitching too far forward in a crash putting children at risk of head or neck injuries. Tethers are … Continue reading Importance of proper forward-facing child restraint installation
Is your child buckled correctly? Try this Pinch Test for Car Seats to make sure that your little one is safe while you drive. Photo Source
Rear facing car seats and leg space for your child January 15, 2014 (Original article HERE) Photo Source Many parents are concerned about leg space for their child when using rear facing car seats. Rear facing kids often have legs touching back of the vehicle seat. Is this comfortable? Is it safe? We take a … Continue reading Rear facing car seats and leg space for your child
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvoF5uyNw0A Rear-facing in the car is FIVE times safer than forward-facing for kids under the age of 4. Watch this important video by Rear-Facing Revolution to find out how you can keep your child FIVE times safer in the car.
According to a study made by University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, “the primary impact is between the vehicle and another object, while the occupants continue to travel forward at the precrash speed. Unrestrained occupants then come to an abrupt stop against the decelerating vehicle interior or the ground outside the vehicle. Restrained occupants collide … Continue reading Car seats are must-haves!