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Car Safety

9, June 2019

Best Car Seats for Newborns

WHAT IS AN INFANT CAR SEAT? An infant car seat is used for newborns who weigh 35-40 pounds and who are 32-35 inches tall. Infant car seats are rear facing. Today, you can decide to purchase an infant car seat that’s only rear-facing or get a convertible car seat that has extended rear-facing capacity andRead More …

16, March 2019

Top Convertible Car Seats

Do You Need a Convertible Car Seat? A convertible car seat begins in a rear-facing position for newborns, and then can be changed to a front-facing position for older children. Some can also be used as a booster seat for school-age children. (Some parents buy a separate booster to increase back-seat space or use their convertible for a youngerRead More …

9, December 2017

The 411 on Driverless Cars

The vehicle makers and high-tech companies are putting billions of dollars on creating self-driving vehicles under the notion that driverless cars will aid in creating cleaner, safer roads. Even politicians want to see this happen. It will not only totally change the way we get around, but driverless cars have the capacity to save hundredsRead More …

14, September 2017

Your Teens First Car Should Be A…

It’s safe to say the only time you really look forward to going to the DMV is on your 16th birthday. For parents, however, a kid getting their driver’s license can really be overwhelming. It is because you’re seeing your little one start on an activity that is the top cause of death for teensRead More …