April 18, 2008, Newsletter Issue #113: Baby Car Seat Registration

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Easily keep in touch with all changes, restrictions and safety concerns regarding your baby car seat through a simple procedure! When you send in the registration card for your baby car seat it allows the manufacturer to notify you of any safety issues or recall information. It also permits the manufacturer to inform you of any updates or upcoming product developments pertaining to all baby products purchased.

Routinely take the time to check the Consumer Product Safety Council's website for any recall information released on your car seat or other baby products you own. When purchasing or employing a used car seat, confirm that it conforms to current safety standards. Check the back of the car seat and look for a date. This date is actually an expiration date based on a manufacture's recommendation. If the date is missing or you simply want more information, give the company a call and their representatives will guide you through a systematic safety check. Oftentimes newer and safer car seats are released correcting any problems that were experienced in the past. Used car seats may not afford your baby the best protection when traveling, so be sure to research the product and check for any safety recalls.

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