(Newswire.net -- September 19, 2014) Las Vegas, NV --
Recent safety tests made at just 35 miles per hour demonstrated how baby car seats took a real jarring on collision, however it was just the rear-facing infant car seats that stood up to the safety test. The reports suggests that all infants and young children remain in a baby car seat or booster seat til the safety belt fits appropriately, which being when they reach 4'9".
On the back of that news, one major car seat manufacturer will certainly provide brand-new guidelines to make certain parents keep young children rear-facing longer. Cosco just recently revealed at the "Kidz in Motion" National Child Passenger Security Specialist Conference that they planned to increase the rear-facing age requirements for their child car seats, not letting kids face forward til the age of 2.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children continue to be seated rear-facing until 2, though present laws make children remain rear-facing til their very first birthday, so actually it s up to parents to choose when to change their infant safety seat around, and with that new report out, parents deciding when to alter to a forward-facing car seat is going to be an even tougher decision for lots of moms and dads.
One reason given why some moms and dads preferred forward-facing safety seat was so they can keep an eye on their kids through the driver's mirror. One Nevada based accessory business "Freddie and Sebbie" have actually produced an adjustable back seat mirror that will certainly enable the motorist to watch their children while seated in a rear-facing safety seat.
Business spokesperson Mr Neil Speight said... "We were aware of the trouble of moms and dads wanting a rear-facing safety seat, but at the very same time be able to take a look at their child from time to time, however without loosing concentration while behind the wheel. "We are now happy to present the best option for seeing your precious baby while you focus on driving with then extra large 360-degree adjustable baby car mirror, that rotates and pivots for that best viewing angle to see a rear-facing infant when required. It is also extremely easy to set up, it's shatter proof, and does fit most headrests."
Mr Speight described how aggravated he had been while out in the car with his baby twins "Freddie and Sebbie," and said... "It was horrible when one of them started to cry in the back as I had no idea what was up, and generally ended up needing to stop the car. It really did stress me out rather a lot, so one day decided to get the Freddie and Sebbie creative team to produce the perfect solution, in the form of an extra big 360-degree adjustable baby car mirror."
He concluded by stating... "I actually hope this rear mirror does make it easier for moms and dads to choose a rear-facing infant car seat, which is the safest option. The Freddie and Sebbie' baby car mirror is backed by a lifetime NO-Hassle complimentary replacement guarantee, and is exclusively sold on Amazon.
The full specifications for their deluxe back seat mirror can be seen here: http://www.amazon.com/Back-Seat-Mirror-Concentrate-Rear-Facing/dp/B00NIU69SQ/
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