Beyond car seats — other ways to keep your young passengers safe

In honor of Child Passenger Safety Week, it’s important we address the proper use of car seats, boosters and seatbelts. As one of the best ways to protect kids when it comes to car safety, it’s important we take the proper precautions to ensure kids are secured in the right car seat for their height, weight and age. The “Ultimate Car Seat Guide” from our partner Safe Kids is a great place to start with personalized tips for your child – safekids.org/ultimate-car-seat-guide/. But did you know other factors may contribute to the safety of child passengers? In addition to car seat safety, you may want to also consider the following…

For more about keeping your child passengers safe, check out this post from the CHOG blog.

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