We’ve got 3 exciting giveaways for CPS Week 2016. Before the week ends, here’s your chance to enter all of the contests at once!
An important part of child passenger safety is recognizing that we want everyone to follow best practice, but we also want everyone to travel comfortably. Keeping back seat passengers cool or warm, depending on the season, can be a real challenge. CSFTL recommends kids ride rear facing as long as possible, ideally until 3-4 years old. Getting appropriate air flow to rear facing Littles is not always easy, even if your vehicle has rear air vents.
Child Passenger Safety Week is here! We are celebrating with lots of exciting giveaways and we don’t want you to miss a single one so we’ve made a nice list. Also because we just like lists, we’re weird like that. To enter a giveaway, click-through to the post and enter using the Rafflecopter widget at the end. May the odds be ever in your favor!
Last year for Child Passenger Safety week we talked about what you can expect when you visit a Child Passenger Safety Technician. This year, we are going to talk about what you can expect when you go to a Seat Check Event. With Seat Check Saturday coming up September 20, 2014, it is likely that there is an event near you. While the set up of every check event is different, the general idea is the same.