Keep your kids safe with revised information from the American Academy of Pediatrics
Be a savvy shopper when making decisions about your child's booster seat
Even the most careful parents make some mistakes when buckling up. Keep your kids safe with these tips.
Drive your tot around in safety and style with these top car seat picks
- This short video shows you where and how to install a car seat properly. Newborns and babies up to one year of age must ride in a rear-facing infant seat until they reach their first birthday.
- Car seat safety errors many parents accidentally make, from car seat installation to forward-facing too early.
A pediatrician addresses parents' concerns and confusion about the American Academy of Pediatrics' new car seat safety guidelines
- A parents’ must-read guide to the new car seat guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
- 4 of your biggest questions -- answered!
- The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested 72 popular models. These are some of the best bets.
- See the top car seats, see the best car seats. Keep your baby safe with these car seats.
- From the car seat expiration dates to NHTSA guidelines, we answer your FAQs to keeping your baby safe on the go
- Use these tips to help you find the best booster for your child.
- The car seat safety information you need to know to protect your child
- What to do if your infant seat has been in an accident
- Tips for when your child resists the car seat.
- Are You Savvy About Car-Seat Safety?
- How to protect your child
- We rounded up 17 convertible car seats that let kids rear-face longer, up to 40 pounds or even higher
- How to find the best one for your family with a lot less anxiety: safety information, booster seat requirements, and more
- Read up on the AAP's new rear-facing car seat safety guidelines.
- The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested 31 popular booster seats, and these are the safest top rated models.
- The booster seat can crack in the event of a car crash
- When can your child face forward?