Your Child's Car Seat: How to Install it Properly

An improperly installed car seat will leave your child vulnerable in the event of an accident. Plus, you want your child to be as comfortably fit as possible in their car seat, right? Here are some tips to keep your child safe and comfortable when it's time to put them in the car.

First, when it comes time to choosing a car seat, the NHTSA has an interactive tool that helps you choose the best car seat for your child based on height, age, and weight; remember that not all car seats are made equally.

Putting your child in the front seat is very dangerous. Whether you are using the existing anchors or the seatbelt in the backseat to install the car seat, make sure you inspect your work before positioning your child.

Lastly, you want your kid snug, but not too tightly strapped in, with all straps facing straight. To test drive a vehicle for the whole family, visit Napleton's Schaumburg Mazda.

 

 

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