Welcome To Our OnBoard 35 Air Infant Car Seat Sweepstakes~
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If you have babies, then I am sure you know of Safety 1st. Safety 1st is a company specializing in various products to keep your baby safe in a car, at home or even on the go. Child car seat laws and car seat guidelines are followed by the company. Hence, you can ensure both safety and comfort for your child. Safety 1st also has information on various topics and subjects. You can read Tammie's post on Car Seat Safety Tips by going HERE.
Car Seat Safety Tips By the experts at Safety 1st
Importance of Rear Facing
In March of 2011, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) updated their car seat recommendations advising that children should remain rear facing until the age of two. According to a study in the Journal of Injury Prevention, children under the age of two are 75% less likely to die or be severely injured in the event of a car crash if they are rear facing. When a child is rear facing their head, neck and spine are better supported and in the event of an accident, crash forces are distributed over the child’s entire body.
Typically the center rear seat is the safest place for a car seat, and never install a car seat in the front seat. If your car does not have a latch connector for the middle seat, you can use the middle seat belt to properly secure the base. When installing, make sure the base of the car seat moves no more than an inch from side to side. An easy way to test this is to hold at the belt path.
Car Seat Expiration
Car seats do have an expiration date, it is recommended that car seats be replaced every 5-8 years, or immediately after a crash. The reason for an expiration date is because plastic can warp and materials can fray, which can make car seats not as effective in the event of a crash. Additionally, car seat technology and state and federal car seat regulations change over time. Important warning labels may wear out and instruction books may get lost, which can lead to improper use of the car seat.
Safeguard the Car
Childproof the inside of the car and eliminate projectiles. Anything in the car that is not secured is a possible projectile – even a child’s toy, or a water bottle. In a crash, objects take on greater weight due to crash forces.
Onto The Sweepstakes~
1 reader will win a onBoard 35 Air Infant Car Seat with a St. Germain set
This is open to the U.S. only
This will end on 10/30/2014 at 7 p.m.
All entries will be verified
Winner will be notified by email and have 24 hours to respond or another will be chosen. firstname.lastname@example.org is the email it will come from.
Must be 18+ to enter
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Full terms and conditions are the entry form below
Enter Below and Good Luck to you for Infant Car Seat Sweepstakes~
Sharon G says
I really liked the onBoard 35 Air Infant Car Seat – Decatur. Love the safety features and that the pad is removable/washable.
I love the Complete Air™ 65 Convertible Car Seat – Sea Breeze
I like the Elite 80 Air + 3-in-1 Car Seat – Elian…looks great and has awesome proteciton!
Melanie Montgomery says
I would get the Summit® Booster Car Seat – Rachel
Amber Richardson says
I would purchase onBoard™35 Infant Car Seat – Sail Away. On top of it being very safe for my child, it is very stylish.
Cheryl Rahkonen says
If I were buying a car seat, I would buy the onBoard™35 Air+ Infant Car Seat – Twist of Citrus.
Lesley F says
I would so love the Elite 80 Air + 3-in-1 Car Seat – Elian for my granddaughter
Sharon G says
I like the Summit booster seat (entwine). I like the neutral color. The sides are more streamlined, and not as likely to block a childs view. And as always, focus on safety. Safety comes first!
Robyn Norris says
IIf i were to buy one it would be the Disney Pronto Booster – Minnie Flower!
Lesley F says
I would buy the Elite 80 Air + 3-in-1 Car Seat – Elian