Nov 9, 2012
Post By: Guest Blogger
This week, Britax voluntarily recalled 60,000 car seats due to a potential choking hazard caused by the chest pads on certain models. Find out if your child’s car seat has been recalled. If your model is listed, you can request a replacement chest pad that is provided free of charge by Britax. So, you don’t own a Britax car seat? Keep reading. Injury Prevention experts at Children’s say parents should be aware that many car seats have been recalled in the past few months. Visit SaferCar.gov to determine if your car seat poses a risk to your little one.
Our Injury Prevention team provides free car seat checks and installs recalled parts to make certain they have been installed correctly. If a recalled part is installed incorrectly, it can alter the safety of the car seat and the way it protects the child in a crash. Schedule your appointment today with our certified car seat technicians by calling the Children’s Car Seat line at 214-456-2059.
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