Car Seat Proper Use
After choosing the correct car seat that properly fits your
child and fits your vehicle, you will need to make sure that your using the car
seat correctly everytime. Below is a list of articles and checklists that will
help you install your child's car seat with confidence.
12 Must-Know Safe Travel Tips
Why Children Should Travel Rear-Facing
Keeping your child safe is your top priority and protection
while riding in a vehicle is a top concern. Learn more about the benefits of
keeping your child rear-facing to the maximum height and weight restrictions of
their child restraint. Read on...
Rear-Facing vs. Forward-Facing
Should your child remain rear-facing or be moved to
forward-facing? Check out these guidelines provided by the National Child
Passenger Safety Certification Program (NHTSA). Learn more...
When to Put Your Child in a Booster
Booster seats raise the child up and help to position the
vehicle lap and shoulder belt correctly. When the child is properly restrained
in a booster seat, his/her risk of injury in all types of crashes is reduced,
as the lap and shoulder belt provides excellent restraint of both the upper and
lower torsos. Learn more...
Infant-Only Car Seat Usage Checklist
Prior to bringing you new arrival home from the hospital,
you need to have your child restraint properly installed. If your planning on
using an infant-only child restraint, be sure to know the guidelines for your
specific product. View our checklist...
Car Seat: Proper Fit For Your Child
Select the child restraint that is right for the child's
weight, height, physical development and behavioral needs. In addition,
children grow quickly, so be sure to check your child restraint regularly for
the proper fit. Learn what to check...
Air Bag Safety
Air bags reduce the risk of injury for properly belted adult
passengers. However, young children face a greater risk of injury if they come
in contact an inflating air bag. Learn more...
Car Seat Proper Disposal
At the end of the child restraint’s useful life, Evenflo
encourages you to dispose of it properly. Most of the components in the child
restraint are recyclable. Learn more...
Car and Booster Seat Safety
Just buckling up isn't enough to keep your infants and
children safe on the road. Use of a car or booster seat reduces the risks of
automobile related death and injury for infants and children by almost 70
percent. Learn more...
Preterm Child Restraint Usage Guidelines
All children should ride rear-facing in the vehicle as long
as possible. Preterm and low birth weight infants are at additional risk of
breathing difficulties and heart problems when placed in a child
restraint. Learn more...