If you aren’t sure if your child is safe in his or her car seat, there are wonderful, free resources online where you can ask questions and get answers. These resources can help you, as a concerned parent, make safe choices about car seats and to help you use your car seats properly for maximum safety.
– Twitter: An actual safety expert mans the @ChildSeatSafety account on Twitter, and they will continue to answer any questions that parents have about child passenger safety. This is such a unique resource from a government agency!
– Facebook: NHTSA has a Facebook page at https://facebook.com/childpassengersafety where parents can learn about everything from LATCH to locating inspection offices.
– Website: The Ad Council and the NHTSA have created a site with all the resources parents need to keep their smallest passengers safe: https://childcarsafety.adcouncil.org/ Find your local inspection station, watch instructional videos, and even take a fun quiz!
Courtney is the ultimate multitasking mom! She runs three blogs Giftfully Simple, The Digital Mommy and Detroit Mommies , is a Social Media Marketing Consultant and has 3 girls under 6 years old. Courtney is the founder of Detroit Mommies. You can follow her on Twitter @theappleofmyeye. She has worked with companies like Johnsons & Johnsons, Dove, e.l.f., Stride Rite, Sorel, 20th Century Fox, The Palace, Melissa & Doug, Panera and Tiny Prints (to name a few). Courtney is a Purex® Insider and a Max Mom for Office Max.