Category: Car Seat Safety

Spring Cleaning Your Car Seats

  The weather is starting to break (please don’t hold me to that promise) and now is the time when lots of parents start taking a good hard look at the back seats of their cars, wondering how everything got this bad.  Car seats tend to hoard things like road...

Chicco MyFit Combination Seat Review

  We’ve been using the Chicco MyFit for a few months now, and since installed it quite a few in different vehicles, so I thought it’d be the perfect time to review. I want to note that this car seat was not provided to me by Chicco or Metro Detroit Mommy. ...

Your Kid Should Sit in the Back Seat Because Airbags

  Sitting in the front seat of the car is often viewed as a rite of passage.  It feels like a very adult thing to do, and there’s so much freedom inherent in the seating position: you can see the entire road and you can reach the radio!  What’s not...

Secondary Crashes: What You Need To Know

A friend of mine and fellow CPST was involved in a major crash a month ago.  She was driving to the airport with two other adults in the car as well as her 9-year-old son when blizzard conditions caused a crash in front of them.  What happened next was unavoidable;...

Winter Car Seat Safety Tips!

When driving in the car with small children, most parents and caregivers will naturally do everything they can to ensure the children in their care are safe. Fortunately, today’s vehicles are equipped with advanced safety technology. And with a PwC forecast showing about 107 million vehicles will be manufactured globally in 2020,...

Car Seats, Costumes, and Coats, Oh My!
Car Seats, Costumes, and Coats, Oh My!

The costumes are starting to appear in stores, spooky decor is popping up everywhere, and kids are getting excited… it’s official: Halloween is almost here!  Whether you go around your neighborhood or drive somewhere else for the big night, chances are you’ll be loading the kids in the car to...

AAP Changes Rearfacing Guidelines. Now What?

    One of the hottest pieces of news in the Child Passenger Safety world dropped this week: the American Academy of Pediatrics has changed their recommendation guidelines for rearfacing children.  They’ve also added a new guideline, aimed at keeping older kids and teens safe.  So what changed and what...

Michigan Falling Short in Protecting Kids in Hot Cars

It’s no secret that there are a lot of dangers associated with vehicles. In fact, there are about 5.5 million car accidents each year in the U.S. alone. But during the hot summer weather, vehicles pose yet another danger.   All too often, young children are left unattended in hot cars. Last...

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