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Did You Know?
NHTSA Releases Updated Child Seat Recommendations
Dorel Recalling Nearly 800,000 Child Safety Seats For Safety Harness Issue
Rear-Visibility Rule Proposed to Protect Kids and Elderly
Britax Announces Child Safety Seat Recall
Evenflo Company Recalls 13,792 Evenflo Maestro Child Safety Seats
Crashes are Leading Cause of Death for Children From 3 to 14 Years Old
Estimated 8,959 Lives Saved by Child Restraints From 1975 to 2008
Keeping Your Most Precious Passengers Safe
Always Register Your Child Seat to Receive Recall Notfications
The first thing you should do after unpacking your new child seat is to correctly fill out the registration form. This ensures that you will be notified if there are ever any problems with your model.
As children grow, how they sit in your vehicle changes.
These recommendations help you determine the car seat best for your child based on age, height, and weight. Remember: ALL children 12 and younger should ride in the back seat.
Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children Restraint System
The LATCH Restraint System consists of lower attachments on child seats and a set of tether anchors in the vehicle to hold the child seat in place without the use of the vehicle's seat belts.
Child Safety Seat Ease of Use Ratings
A 5-star ratings system that allows you to evaluate the child seat before buying it.
Child Seat Inspection Station Locator
Certified technicians will be available to inspect and verify - free of charge - your child seat installation. Find the inspection station nearest you.
Keeping Kids Safe: Inside & Out
We have identified six common dangers that even the most careful parents can overlook, and some tips on how to avoid them.
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