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Keeping Pre- & School-aged Kids Safe in Cars

Somewhere along the way our kids grow up — usually too fast, right?! It seems like in no time they’ve gone from a rear-facing infant seat to a forward-facing seat that they’re now on the verge of growing out of. What’s next? Depending on the child, the child’s size, the parent and the size of […]


Who Do I Talk to About Car Seats?

Where should a parent go and who should a parent talk to get to accurate car seat information? We all want to keep our kids as safe as possible. And while we think we’re doing this car seat thing right, we hear that 3 out of 4 car seats are installed incorrectly. So maybe our […]


3 States Update Their Child Restraint Laws

Kentucky, New Jersey and Oklahoma made updates to their Child Restraint Laws recently. Here we’ll explain the updates in normal language, instead of legalese. Kentucky House Bill 315 amends KRS 189.125 for the “booster age” child. (I use quotes for “booster age” because there are alternatives to using a booster, mainly the RideSafer. Technically it […]


The General History of Car Seats

When you ponder the history of car seats and look at the dates of when advances actually took place from the creation to acceptance and from the regulation to the legal requirement of usage, you may wonder if it’s because of critics that things took so long. There always seems to be critics especially when […]