If you are like most parents or grandparents – you probably bundle up your little ones when the weather turns cold, before you secure them in their car seat.
One would think that is a “best practice” – right?
Investigators at NBC just released the results of a test looking at just how safe children dressed in winter coats and belted into their car seats really are in a car accident. The results are disturbing.
It turns out that loosening the straps of a children’s car seat to accommodate a bulkier coat makes it much more likely your child will come tumbling out of both their car seat and their coat in a car crash.
So what are the options?