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Welcome to CPSafety

CPSafety is dedicated to all the children who have been injured or killed in motor vehicle crashes, and to all those who have suffered and grieved for them, and to all the parents who are willing to learn from these tragedies and provide the best possible protection for their children.

 

WHAT'S NEW

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KIDS HARNESSED PAST 40 POUNDS  Does your child need to be in a harness past 40 lbs?  The currently available options are listed on our Over 40 lbs page.

KIDS REAR-FACING PAST 1 YEAR/20 LBS  Why should my child stay rear-facing past 1 year and 20 lbs?  Find out here.

OLDER KIDS IN BOOSTERS - Many states only require a booster seat until age 6-8.  Many older children still need to be in a booster.


BROCHURES

Our most popular pages are now available in brochure-format PDF files.  These files use Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded free here.  These print double-sided on cardstock or brochure paper.

Stay Rear-Facing Brochure
Shield Seat Brochure
(5 point harness is safest)

Shield Booster Brochure  (currently being rewritten)

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