Graco Turbo Go Booster Seat Review

The Graco Turbo Go does what we’d expect a booster seat to do — it just works.   The vehicle seat belt fit was spot on for all of our models.  Each of our models was able to set it up themselves without help from adults. It lacks some of the bells and whistles that make more featured booster seats heavier but since this booster’s sole mission in life is to keep carpoolers safe, the Graco Turbo Go is absolutely is up to the task.

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Using Rear Facing Only Car Seats Safely

Rear facing only car seats offer quite a lot when it comes to convenience.  These types of car seats typically include two parts — a base that remains installed in the vehicle and an infant carrier portion that easily snaps in and out of the base.  Many caregivers like this type of car seat for newborns and younger babies because it makes bringing the baby to and from the vehicle fairly easy. We’ll highlight some of the common challenges and suggest ways to use your child’s rear facing only car seat safely.

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Combi Kobuk Air Review

Families who don’t find themselves moving booster seats between vehicles too often (or who don’t mind contorting themselves around the seat to move it) and/or families who have children who are prone to overheating will find a solid choice in the Kobuk Booster Seat.

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Lifesavers 2018: Manufacturer Update Roundup

A team of CSFTL admins descnded on San Antonio for the Lifesavers conference.  During our time at the conference, we saw many things, touched many things, talked to many of our favorite manufacturers, and enjoyed the local flavor.  We also earned a lot of Continuing Education Units and enjoyed a pretty thorough Manufacturer Update.

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Quick Chat about Hot Car Deaths

Every year in the US, an average of 37 children perish when they’re left in vehicles. Most of those are left in those vehicles by accident. A portion of those children are left in those vehicles on purpose — say Mom goes into a store or something like that.  Another portion of those 37 deaths happens when preschoolers go back into an unlocked car to get a toy they’ve left behind and find themselves trapped in a car they can’t open.

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