If it’s been a while since you were charged with transporting young children, you have no idea as to the way safety rules and regulations have changed how it’s all done.
As the result of safety concerns, laws in effect in Ohio require the use of one or another type of child safety passenger seats that are supposed to be secured in the back seat of any vehicles we use.
Different ages and weight limits determine which of a wide variety of car seats out there is the appropriate one for a child.
If you’re not sure, and trust me it would be easy to be confused, a free child safety seat inspection to be conducted this Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at the fire department in Delphos, would be worth some of your time.
Specially trained Van Wert County Sheriff’s department employees will be on hand to make sure your child safety seat is installed as it should be, and that the seat you’re using is the one that’s right for the little boy or girl who rides in it.
A few minutes of your time could keep your child safe from injury, or worse, in the event of a traffic accident.
Being sure just makes good sense.
That’s the way I see it.