Car Seat Safety: Three Points To Consider

When it comes to car seat safety, there are many details that are too important to overlook. If you make a mistake, if you don’t take the right steps when installing a car seat, it could lead to serious injury in the event of an accident.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a government agency, shares a variety of information on choosing and installing the right car seat.

While this is simple for some people, especially those who have experience raising a child, not everybody understands what they should and should not be doing.

Here are three car seat safety points to consider:

– There are many types of car seats on the market, but you can’t choose just any. You have to make a selection based on the age and size recommendation.

– Proper installation is a must. No matter what, it is important that you properly install the car seat. This will lessen the likelihood of an injury in an accident.

– Recalls happen. Just because you think a car seat is safe, doesn’t mean this is necessarily true. Don’t overlook the fact that car seats are recalled from time to time. If this happens, you need to address the problem before your child uses the seat again.

Car seat safety should be a major concern of all parents. You want to know that you are using the right seat, and that it is installed properly. If you are involved in a car accident with your child in the backseat, you need to be confident that he or she will remain safe.

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “How to Find the Right Car Seat,” accessed Oct. 08, 2015

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