Accidental Unbuckling?

Sometimes there are situations where it’s easy for a car seat to accidentally become unbuckled. This is especially true in tight 3-across configurations when a booster/seat belt passenger sits adjacent to the harnessed seat. One low-risk, inexpensive way to prevent this from happening is to use a silicone cupcake liner (or a paper cup) to cover the buckle release button.

Bargain or Bust?

Sometimes budgets are tight and dollars need to be stretched. But sometimes caregivers discover that their bargain was actually a bust. 😦
Super Car Seat Geek is committed to helping you keep your child as safe as possible no matter what your budget is. You’re always welcome to message for help.

High Back Boosters: Level Up

Do you have an older child who's now in a high back booster? Did you know that the way that the seat belt is routed through the booster is essential to how it functions in the event of a crash?  Make sure that the seat back is adjusted so that the shoulder belt is coming from above the child's shoulders.
Do you have an older child who’s now in a high back booster? Did you know that the way that the seat belt is routed through the booster is essential to how it functions in the event of a crash?
Make sure that the seat back is adjusted so that the shoulder belt is coming from above the child’s shoulders.