Using Car Seat after Crash

If you’ve been in a car accident, regardless of how minor, it’s essential to replace your child’s car seat after the collision.

Even if it was only a fender-bender, the impact of the accident will have strained the tension on the straps, and the seat will no longer be as secure as it was prior to the accident.

Check with your insurance company before purchasing the new car seat, as most will reimburse you for the replacement.

See also...

Toddler car seat guidelines

Replacing your car seat after a crash

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