Here you'll learn about car safety, including, when to transition to a booster seat, the dangers of texting and driving, and more.
Feel like you're fighting with the car seat these days? Our tips will help make installation a breeze and get you and Baby on the road to safer travel.
Why, when, and how to get your child into a booster seat.
Why oh why are car-seats so complicated? We finally cracked the code so you can install or reinstall your kid's seat with confidence.
A car seat that is correctly installed is key to keeping your baby safe in the car, but many seats are in wrong. Learn the steps to getting your seat in right.
Cars are such an everyday convenience that it's easy to forget how dangerous they can be. But the frightening reality is that even the shortest drive can turn catastrophic: More than 240,000 kids under age 16 are injured in car crashes every year, and another 1,700 are killed. To keep your family safe, we've compiled an action plan for cruising on the highway, driving around town, or even backing out of your driveway. Here's our comprehensive guide.
Learn the mistakes that parents most often make, and how to avoid them.
Every year, tens of thousands of children are rolled over, caught in power windows, and even unintentionally left in vehicles to die. But these incidents are as preventable as they are upsetting. This is what every parent needs to know now.
Don't think you're one of them? Think again. Parents investigates the deadly epidemic plaguing our highways.
Experts say that as many as 85 percent of us aren't securing our kids correctly. Take our quiz to see whether you know the latest car-seat recommendations.
These seemingly harmless habits can be deadly for your child.
Most of us think we're incapable of making such a horrible mistake. So did the parents in this story.
Take this article and walk out to your driveway now to find out whether your child's car seat is as safe as it should be. You'll be shocked at what you're doing wrong.
Video courtesy of The Ohio State University College of Medicine.