Car Safety

This September 16th thru 22nd is National Car Safety week and in honor of children in cars I am taking and rechecking my younger son’s car seat safety with the Parents magazine article below.

As AAA members, we also had a great little write up in our monthly magazine Journey.

As AAA members we have access to additional online resources for properly checking car seats but I will tell you our secret in Seattle… Seattle Children’s Hospital!  We’ve went to their free car seat checkups a couple of times (every time you change a car or car seat you should have a specialist help you understand proper installation proceedures) and they are worth the wait!  These specialists are trained and certified and have resources (like huge binders with each car seat ever made!) to tap into, and many of them are nurses, doctors, teachers and concerned parents.

So during this week make sure you recheck your child’s safety in your car(s), it could save their life!

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2 thoughts on “Car Safety

  1. One thing I would really like to say is the fact that car insurance canceling is a hated experience so if you’re doing the proper things being a driver you simply won’t get one. A number of people do obtain the notice that they’ve been officially dumped by their own insurance company they have to struggle to get additional insurance after a cancellation. Low cost auto insurance rates usually are hard to get from a cancellation. Having the main reasons with regard to auto insurance cancellation can help drivers prevent losing one of the most critical privileges obtainable. Thanks for the tips shared through your blog.

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