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5 most common car seat errors and how to prevent them

Installing a car seat is serious business. Here's the most common mistakes and how to remedy them. 

Keep kids safe in a diono radian rXT convertible car seat

I count on my car seats to keep my kids safe in the event of an accident and to give me peace of mind. I’ve trusted Diono to keep Kay safe for the last four years, and I’ve never regretted it. Here’s why.

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Making carpooling easier with Diono

Life with kids in car seats makes things complicated when it comes to school pick-ups, after school programs and weekend play dates. But truthfully, safety always comes first. You will never see my kids in the wrong car seat for their height and weight.

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Investing in a convertible car seat

Buying an all-in-one convertible car seat rather than an infant carrier may be the most economical choice depending on your lifestyle and vehicle.
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Why trampolines aren’t all fun and games

While jumping the day away seems like innocent fun, parents should be aware of the risks involved and the safety precautions required, especially for toddlers.

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

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

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.

How to keep your little wanderer in check

It’s every parent’s nightmare – losing your child in a public place. And yet, many toddlers love going off to explore, oblivious to – or perhaps in spite of – the fright it can cause their parents. Why?

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