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Buy Your Child A Convertible Right Now, A Convertible Car Seat That is

April 4, 2016

Buy Your Child A Convertible Right Now, A Convertible Car Seat That is No, we are not talking about convertible-top cars and that beloved T-Bird, although there may come a time when your teen really really wants one (and lets you know several times an hour).    Rather, we are talking about convertible car seats, and…

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Yielding Car Seats: Death at the Weakest Link

February 15, 2016

Yielding Car Seats: Death at the Weakest Link We all know the many analogies. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. A three-legged stool can’t stand on two legs.   For want of a shoe the rider was lost. The iron man had clay feet. If you’ve left anything undone, you’ve left everything…

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Britax Recalls 213,000 Car Seats for safety defect

August 18, 2015

Britax Recalls 213,000 Car Seats for safety defect Britax Child Safety Inc. is recalling 37 different models which includes 213,000 car seats after finding that buttons on the seat could fail potentially leaving the child unsecured. The recall covers certain Advocate ClickTight, Boulevard ClickTight, and Marathon ClickTight model convertible car seats manufactured between August 1,…

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NHTSA Proposes Side Impact Crash Protection for Children

July 9, 2014

Side Impact Car Seat Safety The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently released a proposal to improve safety standards regarding child car seats for children who weigh up to 40 pounds by adding a new test that would stimulate a side impact crash.  Car seats will have to demonstrate they can safely restrain children by preventing dangerous head…

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Car Seats: How Do you Know What is Best for Your Child?

February 24, 2014

Car Seat Safety Car crashes are the number one killer of children ages one through thirteen. As a parent, with the overwhelming amount of car seats and boosters out there, it can be hard to know which one is better than others and what will protect your child the most during an accident. Making sure…

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Child Car Seat Requirements Change with 2014 Rule

June 14, 2012

When a new rule regarding a federally required child seat attachment system takes place in early 2014, many parents with children aged 3 and older will be advised not to use it. The rule will require child seat makers to tell customers not to use the lower anchors required in cars manufactured after 2001 if…

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