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 road.
Use our Ultimate Car Seat Guide for information on all your car seat needs.
This ThingLink will remind you how to be safe during this holiday season while traveling near and far.
Booster seats protect children who are too big for a car seat but too small for a seat belt alone. Where does your child fit?
Get the facts. What you need to know about booster seats.
This video shows how quickly temperatures inside a car can increase, putting anyone in that car at risk of injuries or even death caused by heatstroke.
Hear from Reggie McKinnon about how he lost his daughter to heatstroke on March 8, 2010, after she was left in a hot car.
List of helpful links to other seat belt safety resources.
Properly-fitted helmets can reduce the risk of head injuries by at least 45 percent – yet less than half of children 14 and under usually wear a bike helmet.
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