When it comes to child cars seats, the seat has to be properly installed in the vehicle, and the child has to be properly installed in the seat. It sounds simple, yet 80 to 90 per cent of parents are getting it wrong. The consequences can be devastating.
In the quest to acquire the multitude of things you need when you have a baby, it can be overwhelming – and expensive – when you start to investigate child car seats. Rear facing, front facing, boosters, weights, heights, tethers, anchors, positioning in the car … it’s a lot of details. And they’re details you need to get right.
Recent changes in law from Transport Canada make things easier for you, by introducing stringent rules surrounding the buying, selling and use of child safety seats. They also remove any thought you might have of casually borrowing one or hitting Kijiji or Craigslist…
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