Safe Child Car Seats Best Safety Car Seats For Your Child – 2010

3Mar/13Off

Webinar on Latest CPS Recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics


In this webinar, CHOP's Dr. Dennis Durbin, a pediatric emergency physician and the co-scientific director of the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at CHOP, explains the science and research behind the latest child passenger safety recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

2Mar/13Off

UNECE Car Safety New Regulations (Juan Ramos)


November 14, 2012, UNECE's World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulation (WP.29) adopted 3 new regulations that will significantly increase passenger safety. The new regulations will enter into force in mid-2013 (ie 6 months after adoption). They apply to: Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS); Child Restraint Systems (CRS); Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS)

1Mar/13Off

Dangerous Trailers.org Presents Horse recovers after trailer crash in Haverhill


Why? If a Child Safety Seat Came Out of your car and smashed into the hillside what would you do? Then why do we accept a defective towing system? HAVERHILL, Mass. -- Police and veterinarians responded to an accident on I-495 in Haverhill in which the victim was a horse. The horse, named Hunter, was in a trailer. It somehow became unhooked and crashed. The horse's owner said they hit bumps in the road on I-495 and the next thing she knew the trailer was unhooked and careened across the highway. "I looked out the back window and I was watching the trailer," said Kelly Adams, Hunter's owner. "We felt so helpless. My first instinct was I wanted to jump out of the truck and run after the trailer and stop it." Hunter, who weighs about 1200 pounds, made rescuing him quite the ordeal. "So every time he thrashed he would bang his head against the tailgate and then his feet were flying in the back," said Roger Lauze, of the MSPCA. "So we had to be very careful when we entered the trailer." Hunter was placed on a horse stretcher and sedated and made it through the accident well. However, he'll need special attention during his recovery. "He's got some abrasions; he's skinned up on the knee there. You can see around his eye he's more swollen. It's just like a car accident that we go through. I mean it's pretty severe body trauma," said veterinarian Michael Davis. Hunter's owner is extremely grateful. "There could have been some serious, serious injuries if not death in this ...

26Feb/13Off

Primo Viaggio Tri-Fix K


Primo Viaggio Tri-Fix K The Group 0+ child seat (0-13 kg) with Adjustable Side Impact Protection may be adjusted into five different heights. Adjustable Side Impact Protection guarantees maximum safety throughout childhood. Padded seat and body support for newborns, in microfiber. Handy button to regulate the tension of the straps. Adjustable hood and handle. At home, the car seat may be used as a handy arm chair.

24Feb/13Off

How to Use a Car Seat Properly


Learn more at www.SaberHacer.com - If used properly, car seats save children's lives. Learn from CHP experts as they demonstrate how to install a car seat the right way.

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23Feb/13Off

BRITAX G3 Convertible Car Seats: Securing Your Child using Click & Safe


Securing your child using Click & Safe in a BRITAX PAVILION 70-G3 or ADVOCATE 70-G3 Convertible Car Seat. **Refer to your user guide for complete installation instructions.

22Feb/13Off

Chicco Polly 2 in 1: from high chair to booster seat


Ilaria, Group Product Manager for Chicco, presents all the features of the Polly 2 in 1 and how it changes as your child grows from weaning to the first meals at the table.

20Feb/13Off

Bumbo Floor Seat Instructions for Proper Use


BUMBO FLOOR SEAT INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER USE The Bumbo Floor Seat enables your baby to maintain a sitting position on the floor, allowing you to play with, read to, and feed your baby. Made of durable low-density foam, it is lightweight, soft and easy to clean. There are a few important things to remember for the safe use of the Bumbo Floor Seat. The Seat should not be used until your baby can support his or her head. When not buckled in seat, children can escape and fall suddenly. To avoid serious injury from falls and other hazards: - Always use with the restraint belt. - Only use the Seat on floor or level ground surface. - Never use on raised surfaces such as tables, counters, chairs, beds, or near stairs. Even a belted baby can cause the Bumbo Seat to slide or move off raised surfaces. - Always stay with and watch your baby during use. - Never use as a booster seat, high chair, car seat, bath seat, or child carrier. - Never use the Bumbo seat in or near water to avoid drowning. Carefully read the instruction manual and product warnings before use. For Additional information visit: bumbousa.com, email us at [email protected] or call us at 1-888-376-4763.

20Feb/13Off

Bumbo Floor Seat Instructions for Proper Use


BUMBO FLOOR SEAT INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER USE The Bumbo Floor Seat enables your baby to maintain a sitting position on the floor, allowing you to play with, read to, and feed your baby. Made of durable low-density foam, it is lightweight, soft and easy to clean. There are a few important things to remember for the safe use of the Bumbo Floor Seat. The Seat should not be used until your baby can support his or her head. When not buckled in seat, children can escape and fall suddenly. To avoid serious injury from falls and other hazards: - Always use with the restraint belt. - Only use the Seat on floor or level ground surface. - Never use on raised surfaces such as tables, counters, chairs, beds, or near stairs. Even a belted baby can cause the Bumbo Seat to slide or move off raised surfaces. - Always stay with and watch your baby during use. - Never use as a booster seat, high chair, car seat, bath seat, or child carrier. - Never use the Bumbo seat in or near water to avoid drowning. Carefully read the instruction manual and product warnings before use. For Additional information visit: bumbousa.com, email us at [email protected] or call us at 1-888-376-4763.

19Feb/13Off

Child Seat Crash Test | Britax Advocate | Rear Facing, Side Impact Test | 12 Mo


20 mph NHTSA Baby Seat Crash Test for: Britax Advocate Rear Facing Dummy Size Percentile CRABI 12 Month Old Do you think this seat is safe when compared to others in the same class? Do you like the test result? MORE CRASH TESTS EVERY WEEK: Subscribe to CrashNet1! youtube.com

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