We’ve all done it, although some of us more than others.
Whether it’s a trip to and from the airport, in a taxi or vacation rental car, a rideshare like Uber or Lyft, carpooling, or riding with Grandma…we’ve all cut corners with our booster seats. I thought that my wife and I have been pretty diligent. That we always made an effort to ensure sure our boys safety. Then she reminded me our last vacation. The shuttle rides between the San Diego Airport and the rental car center. Such a short little ride, but unprotected.
I realized that even we were at fault. It’s not okay, but we’re not alone. In fact, research shows that children are traveling without a child restraint in at least 25% of car journeys.
Sometimes transporting a big, cumbersome booster seat, along with whatever else we’re transporting (work bag, gym bag, luggage, KIDS) is often impossible.
Or, it at least it was!
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