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California Highway Patrol Car Seat Safety Best Practices

Child Car Seat Safety Best Practices From California Highway Patrol

For parents, car seat safety best practices are a top priority.

Because when it comes to car seats and keeping our kids safe, there’s no room for error.

Questions like; When can a child face forward in a car seat? Which car seat should my child sit in? How long should a child be in a car seat? When can a child stop using a car seat? And many more such questions are common to all parents.

So the leading Volkswagen dealer in Southern California, Ontario VW is happy to help. And they do this by hosting California Highway Patrol experts on car seat safety best practices.

Best Practice Video for Vehicle Safety Seats

We spoke to CHP at a recent inspection and educational event hosted by the VW dealer.

In our video news report below, you’ll hear directly from top authorities on how to keep your kids safe on the road.

CHP Personal car seat Help

Officers say parents who want more help with their child’s car safety seat can do it contact a CHP office

Because the CHP has offices all over the country. And you can schedule a day and time to have your seat inspected. What’s more, you can even get help installing your CHP chair.

Child Car Seat Day in Ontario VW

Me with CHP rocking iDSC hats @ Ontario VW!

Do-it-yourself CHP sources

In addition, you can refer to more brochures and videos of the California Highway Patrol.

And these include guidelines for each stage of your child’s development and car seat status.

Extra help child seat

Finally, we have two more resources to help parents keep their kids safe on the road.