Delta Parents: Is Your Child's Car Seat Safe?

Anyone in Delta who transports kids in their car should regularly review the child safety seat regulations. BC and federal laws are periodically updated. Delta parents who think their six year-old doesn’t need to be in a booster seat may be surprised to learn that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that children stay in a booster seat until their height and weight exceed the manufacturer’s limits.

Complete recommendations can be found at

Here are some quick facts for Delta parents:

  • Keep infants and toddlers rear-facing as long as possible.
  • Upgrade child safety seat when child reaches max height and weight for each particular model.
  • Most BC Wal-Mart, Target, and Babies-R-Us stores carry safety seats for all ages.
  • Delta children are ALWAYS safer in the back seat and those under twelve should never ride in the front seat.

I am Activ, the healthy chocolate beverage distributor Phil Hoskins. Thanks for visiting my Delta children’s health site. If you would like information about a terrific nutritional product available in Delta, call, text, or email me today.

Phil Hoskins
Delta Activ, the healthy chocolate beverage

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