Posts from Emily Lee
How Long Should My Child Ride Rear-Facing?
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that keeping children in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible—until they reach the highest weight or height allowed by their car seat—is the best way to keep them safe. Learn more from our Injury Prevention Specialists on the benefits that support this.
Cold Weather Car Safety Seat Reminders
Cold weather gear and car safety seats don't go well together. Puffy coats and snowsuits are too bulky to allow straps to get tight enough. Learn how to buckle your baby and kids safely in cold weather.
How Long Do Kids Need Booster Seats?
Children should remain in booster seats based of your state's recommended height, weight, and age. Read more about these requirements.
Big Kids in Cars: Riding Safely
As your children approach graduation from their forward-facing car seats, there are still a couple of stages to be aware of before jumping to riding with just a seat belt. Read an injury prevention coordinator's explanation of these transitions.
Inflatable Booster Seats: Frequently Asked Questions
Inflatable booster can inflate, deflate and are very lightweight and portable. Here are 5 FAQs parents should understand before using one.
Car Seat Recalls — Has your Child’s Car Seat Been Recalled?
To stay informed about car seat recalls, be sure to register your child's car seat with the manufacturer.
Car Seat Expiration Dates – Have You Checked Yours?
Did you know that your car seat has an expiration date? Read more about why car seats expire and how to check yours.
Avoid After-Market Car Seat Products
I love seeing pictures of my friends’ kids riding in their car seats. It makes this child passenger safety technician’s heart happy to see babies buckled up and riding safely.