5 common Booster Seat Questions

I think this is so important to share.  Did you know that 61% of car crashes occur less than 10 minutes from home? For those of us with children riding in the car, that statistic is a great reminder to be more diligent about car seat safety guidelines, specifically as it relates to booster seat safety.

A study  last fall revealed that 9 out of 10 parents move their children from booster seats to seatbelts too soon, unknowingly putting their children in harm’s way.  Chicco, a leader in baby gear, toys, feeding and apparel, just released its newest car seat, the KidFit, along with an at-a-glance infographic (see below) to help parents answer any booster-seat related questions.

In advance of a busy road trip season and increased carpooling duties to and from soccer practice, I felt the need to share to share this infographic with my readers.

Booster Seat Infographic

At only $99.99, the KidFit converts from a full-back to a backless booster, features a one-hand LATCH tightener, offers side impact protection and has a contoured seat with double foam padding.

Comments

  1. Janet W. says:

    These are all great tips! I see too many parents take a child out of a harness and put them in a booster with seat belt at too young of an age in my opinion. It’s not about convenience, it’s about safety!

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