Give your child the Pinch Test
Give your child the Pinch Test

We know that the many choices of car seats can be overwhelming. Get some help choosing the right car seat for your child's age and size.

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Thank You from Toyota & Cincinnati Children's

Thank you for making child car safety a priority. Cincinnati Children’s and Toyota believe that everyone deserves to be safe. That’s why we created “Buckle Up for Life”. We are lucky to have some amazing partners across the U.S. who have joined us to help save lives.

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Take the Buckle Up for Life Pledge
Take the Buckle Up for Life Pledge

Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children 1-13. Take the Buckle Up for Life Pledge today and help make child car seat safety a priority.

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Car Seat Safety in 3 Simple Steps

Find the Right Seat
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Select Your Child's Age
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2-4Years
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Select Your Child's Height
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Selected just for you
Infant Car Seat
Rear-Facing Car Seat
Forward-Facing Car Seat
Booster Seat
Seat Belt
When was your car built?
Before 2002
After 2002
What is your child riding in now?
Infant Car Seat 0-2 yrs | Infant Car Seat, Latch System
Infant Car Seat 0-2 yrs | Infant Car Seat, Seatbelts
Rear-Facing Car Seat 0-2 yrs | Rear-Facing Car Seat, Latch System
Rear-Facing Car Seat 0-2 yrs | Rear-Facing Car Seat, Seatbelts
Forward-Facing Car Seat 2-4 yrs | Forward-Facing Car Seat, Latch System
Forward-Facing Car Seat 2-4 yrs | Forward-Facing, Seatbelt and Tether
Booster Seat 4 yrs to 4'9'' | Booster Seat, Seatbelts
Seatbelt 4'9'' High or Taller | Seatbelt
Want some hands on expertise?
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Top Car Seat Safety Resources

Program Overview

Learn about who we are and what we are doing to help promote car seat safety.

Installation Guide

Installation Guide for Vehicles older than 2002.

Child Car Seat Safety

Get facts and information on child car seat safety.

Safe Happy Travels

Simple steps to keep the whole family safe & happy while on the go.

 

 

 

Did you know?

Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13. In 2010, 655 children (under the age of 13 riding in cars and trucks) were killed in crashes. Of those killed, more than 1 in 3 were unrestrained.

According to the CDC, placing children in age- and size- appropriate car seats and booster seats reduces serious and fatal injuries by more than half.

Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 1 through 12 years old. An average of 2 children were killed and 325 were injured each day, based on NHTSA crash data in 2010. This fatality rate could be reduced by about half if the correct car seat were always used.

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