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Vehicle Restraint Systems For Children Do Not Pass The Parent Test
2012-04-13 08:58:57

John Neumann for RedOrbit.com Child restraint systems, if you have ever used them, can be a frustrating experience for those who have been travelling with children, even for years. The belts, buckles, snaps and straps never seem to end. There was an attempt many years ago to standardize the base of child car seats so that they could easily be transferred between vehicles, a system called Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children, or (LATCH). Largely successful, the system required...

2012-02-28 22:45:00

Studies published in the journal Archives of Dermatology find car seat warmers can cause skin condition with prolonged exposure. Fia, a manufacturer of car seat covers, feels their product may be an alternative solution for some. Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) February 28, 2012 A new study has found that car seats that electronically heat the skin during cold weather can be dangerous. Two studies were published in the Archives of Dermatology that show prolonged exposure to car seat warmers can cause...

Booster Seat Laws Ignored When Carpooling
2012-01-31 06:13:16

A new study from the University of Michigan´s C.S. Mott Children´s Hospital finds that 45 percent of parents do not require their children to be in booster seats when carpooling other children. The study cites practical barriers that include limited seating within the vehicle and difficulties making arrangement with other drivers leads parents to avoid safety seats while carpooling. Nationally, most states require the use of booster seats. Many require the use up to the age of...


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