Car Seat Safety Resources

CleanKidz offers health and safety information for parents and caregivers to find up to date articles pertaining to informative health tips, manufacturers list of kids gear and safety instructions.

Car Seat Installation Tips

Recommended by the National Child Passenger Safety Certification Program (NHTSA):

Always consider the needs of each passenger.

Although there may be many seating positions in a vehicle, not all may be suitable for installing a child restraint. The child restraint manufacturer’s instructions and/or the vehicle owner’s manual may not allow certain vehicle positions to be used.  It is recommended that all children under 13 ride in a back seat to avoid contact with the front seat air bag system. They are almost always safer in the back.

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Child Seat Manufacturers

We have compiled a list of child car seat manufacturers for you.

Most of the listings include an address, phone number and website. We know how tough it can be to get in touch with some of the these companies, so we hope this helps!

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Safe Travel Tips

We have compiled some must-know safe travel tips here.

Everyone rides buckled up or the vehicle does not go. Make no exceptions for adults or children. If someone unbuckles, stop the vehicle. Being firm and consistent from the start will mean fewer discipline problems as children get older.  All children 12 and under absolutely must ride buckled up in the back seat.

Do not allow a child in a vehicle to have objects such as lollipops or ice cream on a stick. The object can injure the child if the vehicle swerves or hits a bump.

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Safe Kids Worldwide Recall Updates

Safe Kids is dedicated to providing you with a comprehensive list of monthly child-related recalls collected from the major federal agencies: the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. We also bring you any news and consumer concerns about children's products.

Remember that safety recalls don’t expire, so check our product recalls pages regularly, especially if you receive hand-me-downs or buy children’s products at a secondhand shop or yard sale. Please Click HERE for an up to date,  full listing of all child safety recalls.