Once your baby becomes a toddler, riding in the car becomes more than just a mode of transportation – it’s an extension of a child’s social life. Here is some important safety information to keep your little explorers safe while they’re on the go.
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A tip sheet for International Walk to School Day so parents can make sure their kids stay safe while walking and biking to school.
Seventy-three percent of car seats are not used or installed correctly, so before you hit the road, check your car seat.
The simple act of slowing down on neighborhood roads will not only make Halloween more enjoyable for everyone, but it could also save lives.
Before you get in the car, walk all the way around the parked vehicle to make sure children are not under or behind it.
Cycling is fun for the entire family, but both you and your kids need to be properly equipped when riding bikes, skateboards, or anything with wheels.
While on boats or around open bodies of water, remember to have your child wear a life jacket approved by the U.S Coast Guard.
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