We know that injuries related to motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of injury-related death for Canadian children. Motor vehicle collisions can cause serious injuries to the head, neck spine and internal organs. Children are at a higher risk when they are not restrained properly.
Below you will find a list of resources to get you started. These resources will guide you through how to choose and use your car seat or booster seat, make sure it is properly installed in the vehicle, and that your child is safety buckled. You’ve got this!
Getting started: Is your seat safe to use? (checklist) en français Arabic
Is your Child in the Right Seat? (postcard) en français Arabic
How to Choose and Use Your Car Seat (video) en français Arabic
Car Seat Laws in Atlantic Canada
Top 5 for a safe ride (checklist) en français
Infographic: Kids in Cars in Atlantic Canada – What You Need to Know
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