When my kids were newbies, I used to take the car seats to have them checked by the local police to make sure they were safe & sound.Â I had to have an appointment and it wasn’t the easiest thing to arrange.Â But I realized the significance of doing it – you simply can not take any risks with your children and they have to be buckled in safely.
Had it been available, I would have loved a public check.Â Only now it is.Â Next Friday, on July 16th, and AAA are hosting a free car seat check for the public from 10am â€“ 2pm at Access Safety City,
According to the survey from Dorel Juvenile Group and AAA found parentsâ€™ knowledge of car seat safety is lacking â€“ as the majority of parents surveyed donâ€™t know up to what age their child should ride in a car seat or the best place to install it. A recent
At the event Child Safety Expert and Certified Passenger Safety Technician Kimberlee Mitchell will be on-hand to take parents through new industry recommendations, installation tips and doâ€™s and donâ€™ts of the road when it comes to child safety.
Don’t miss this important free car-seat check.Â It could save your child’s life.