Car Safety 4 Kids!
Keeping tomorrow's future safe today!
In today's world, it is becoming harder and harder to protect our children. One thing you can do is make sure your child is securely and properly restrained in his car seat. Car seats look easy to use. The concept behind them is simple. However, they can be complicated and confusing to actually use. One small overlooked detail can have devastating results.
Please read on for more information.
Information on Car Safety 4 Kids
- Statistics- Statistics on child passenger safety (located on this page).
- Frequently Asked Questions- Answers to the most common concerns parents have regarding car seats and their use.
- Did You Know....?- What you don't know CAN hurt you! A page dedicated to safety information that isn't always found in manuals.
- The Different Types of Child Restraints- Explains the different types of child restraints and when to use them.
- Guide to Harness Use- How to correctly adjust a harness, complete with pictures.
- Locking Clips, Retractors, and Latchplates- All about locking clips and how to use them - complete with pictures. A guide to the different types of retractors and latchplates, and how to determine what type you have in your vehicle.
- Installation Help - Coming soon!
- Booster Seat Information- All about boosters!
- Extended Rear-Facing- Learn what it is, why it's safest, and what the myths and facts are that surround rear-facing.
- After Market Products- A guide to aftermarket products (harness covers, infant head rests, etc) and why you shouldn't use them.
- The dangers of parked cars- Explains the dangers of parked cars and how to keep your child safe.
- Airplane Safety for Children- A guide to flying safe with children.
- Are you riding safe in the car?- Do you know what to do to keep yourself safe in the car? (It's more than just wearing a seatbelt.)
- Recall List- check to make sure your seat is not on the recall list.
- Links- lots of links for additional information.
Here are some remarkable statistics.
Important: The information on this site is intended for educational purposes. It is not meant to replace your manufacturer's manual or the one-on-one help of a technician. Always read your car seat and vehicle manuals before attempting to install your carseat. The instructions contained in your manual may differ from the information presented on this site. Please visit a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. In as little as 20 to 30 minutes, you will know for sure that your child is as protected as he or she can be.
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