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  • Summer Travel Safety Tips

    Summer Travel Safety Tips

    No matter what you’re doing, the lazy days of summer are great for our sanity, but never get lazy on safety. Here are some of our hot tips for keeping your kids safe while you’re on the road and in a car seat.
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  • What you should know about extended rear facing car seats

    What you should know about extended rear facing car seats

    Extended rear-facing is the practice of keeping children rear-facing beyond the age of two, typically until they outgrow the rear-facing limits of a convertible car seat around the age of 4.
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  • Why Diono chose to use steel in their car seats

    Why Diono chose to use steel in their car seats

    While all car seats must be made to pass the same crash test standards, not all car seats are made the same. When doing your research, you’ll want to find out what the seats you’re considering are made of.


  • Don’t skip the booster seat

    Don’t skip the booster seat

    Did you know booster car seats ensure proper seat belt positioning and can help reduce injury by 45% compared to a seat belt alone?


  • Keep your child visible and safe in all conditions

    Keep your child visible and safe in all conditions

    Janice Biehn, Editor of ParentsCanada, recently tested out a new product perfect for Halloween!  The Albedo100 Reflective Sprays are designed to keep your child visible and safe in all conditions.  Not only are they safe for your child, but also odorless, rain resistant and easy to wash off.


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