Child seat manufacturer Graco is being fined for failing to promptly recall defective child seats. Continue Reading...
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One of the world’s largest child car seat manufacturers is the subject of a federal investigation for how it dealt with a massive safety recall. Continue Reading...
General Motors’ engineers have made life a little less worrisome for parents with small children. Continue Reading...
If you own an Evenflo child seat, you may want to double check to see if it’s included in a recent recall. Continue Reading...
Weight limit labels for child safety seats have been revised to account for the child’s weight and the seat itself. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is proposing the first-ever side impact test for car seats sold in the U.S. designed for children weighing up to 40 lbs. Continue Reading...
According to a recent survey conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 91 percent of children under 13 are using car seats, booster seats, and belts. Continue Reading...
Nissan says that it is the only automaker in the world that fit-tests nearly one hundred child safety seats in almost every vehicle it makes, and has now extended its ‘Snug Kids’ program to the US and Canada. Continue Reading...
Purchase incentives usually involve a zero-percent interest rate, cash back after purchase or no-cost options, but Nissan is going another direction to target families with young children. One of the problems a family that relies on child seats faces is finding a product that fits both their cars and child. For those of us without… Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced a new test dummy yesterday in an effort to further improve its crash testing procedures. The new dummy weighs 74 pounds and is meant to simulate a child nearing the maximum recommended size for a car seat: 80 pounds. That figure was recently revised by NHTSA, where the… Continue Reading...
When you strap your child into a car seat, you think that they are safe because these seats have safety standards, right? Sorry to burst that bubble, but if you’re strapping kids weighing more than 65 pounds to a booster seat, they don’t come with any government safety standards. And even seats for younger children… Continue Reading...
It’s time to double check your car seats. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is saying that many young children are still being placed in the wrong restraint or booster seat systems. Last week was Child Passenger Safety week, so now is the right time to ensure that you have the right car seat… Continue Reading...