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Etler-Kettenacker Agency Blog: car seat safety

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Have a kid in a car seat? The American Academy of Pediatrics updated its guidelines recently on car seat usage and safety. The CDC's updated guidelines are more concise and transparent, making life much easier for parents! Here's what you need to know about the CDC's updated car seat guidelines: READ MORE >>

Car seat safety is so important -- and many of us are (unintentionally) putting our kids at risk due to improper car seat use and installation. Recently, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a series of videos aimed to educate the public on proper car seat safety. READ MORE >>

Car seat guidelines have changed dramatically in recent years. For instance, the AAP now recommends that babies continue to ride in their rear-facing seats until age 2 (at least!). However, after your child's second birthday, there are still strict safety rules you need to follow. READ MORE >>

So if you are expecting, about to become a grandparent, already a parent or you (or your child) just got a summer job as a nanny or babysitter: READ this post! Car seat safety guidelines have changed radically in the last few years. So, even if you have younger kids, you might not be aware of the new rules. READ MORE >>

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