This #CarsCom sponsored shop has been compensated to highlight car seat safety checks. As always, know that my opinions are my own. #DriveMazda #DionoRadianRXT
Every new parent faces challenges. For me, my chief concern was always resonating around the car seat. For example…questions swirled in my mind such as is this car seat base was installed correctly? And my mind didn’t stop there.
It ran on and on…with more hot topics such as: Was the car seat expired? Was the travel system going to fit easily in every car we owned? Was the seat going to fit my baby? Has this car seat been recalled for any update? Was any part of this system SAFE in every way I didn’t even question yet?
Even after I learned the answers however, this aspect and staple of parenthood never lost importance. So when I get the chance to partner with a brand that resonates proper installation and use of car seats? You can bet I want to jump right on board. Even if my own are in booster seats now, my beautiful neice is not.
So I found the car seat that I trust most. As an Aunt, I have to admit the advantage to finding a car seat that offers both form and function. And to that I have always looked up to Diono. And the reason I’m focusing my preference today, is to note that even the Diono Radian RXT is under a recall. In short, you need to still read up on the best car seat safety messages.
This also applies to juggling new car seats with thier different latch and top tether methods in different kinds and aged vehicles. One reason I thought the Mazda 6 Grand Touring was so nice? It enabled 3 car seats to be top tethered to all fit in the back seat. Paired with the right car seat, getting the little ones in and out has never been easier.
So as you if your looking for new car seats or just securing those your already own. Make sure to register your car seat when it is purchased. Make note of it’s manufactured date to ensure it won’t expire while in use. Check for recalls online or with the manufacturer. And familiarize yourself with car seat safety check sites, such as the one that Cars.com has created.
Not only does it highlight proper installations. But I loved how it reviewed different vehicles for a real view at fitting multiple car seats in the back seat. So go take a look. And let do let me know if its given you some parental peace of mind too!