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Get Car Seat Recall Notices

Manufacturers Are Required to Notify You of a Recall

In addition to registering your car seat, sign up to receive e-mail alerts about car seat and booster seat recalls from NHTSA.

When You Discover a Car Seat or Booster Seat Recall
  • Find out which models and manufacture dates are involved.
  • Call the manufacturer or visit their Web site for more information and to verify if your car seat or booster seat has been recalled; or
  • Call NHTSA’s toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236.
Before You Call, Have the Following Information
  • Manufacturer’s Name
  • Model Name
  • Model Number
  • Date of Manufacture
If Your Car Seat is Recalled, Get it Fixed Right Away

If you don’t have another car seat or booster seat to use, keep using the recalled seat while you wait for the repair kit—if the recall notice says you can. Using a recalled car seat or booster seat is almost always safer than letting a child ride in just a seat belt. Many problems are minor, but some are serious. All problems should be fixed as soon as possible.