FF Seats: Car seat misuse is far too common. Double-check these points to make sure your forward-facing child is riding safely.
RF Seats: Car seat misuse is far too common. Double-check these points to make sure your rear-facing child is riding safely.
Did you know many child passenger safety technicians can meet with you virtually to discuss car seat use and installation? To find a technician near you: https://bit.ly/3jfRvkt
Learn more about car seat safety at cpsboard.org/car-seat-safety
Stop with the excuses! Buckle up — every seat, every time. Seat belts save lives.
We want to hear from you! How do you encourage caregivers to keep their child rear-facing until they reach the maximum weight or height limits of the car seat?
A booster seat raises and positions a child so the vehicle’s lap and shoulder belt fits properly. CPS Technicians can help you decide if your child should be in a backless or high-back booster.
A sure-fire way to upset your kid? Change her car seat to FF before she reaches the max height/weight limits for RF.
It’s Better with Tether: Always use a tether with a forward-facing car seat that is installed with your vehicle’s seat belt or by using lower anchors as long as it is permitted. Check the car seat manual and the vehicle owner’s manual.