We thank Safety Belt Safe U.S.A. for the most recent information in regards to the list of recalls and replacement parts for child restraints.
Check out this link to see if you have any of the items that need to be replaced. See List
More Tips by Safety Belt Safe U.S.A.:
How can you tell if your safety seat is safe?
- Check the expiration date stamped on the plastic and make sure the date has not passed and that it has never been used in a crash.
- You may not have received the most accurate information on a used car seat unless it has come from a trusted friend or relative.
- The seat’s instruction booklet will let you know if you have all of the required seat parts.
- Check for possible damage – cracks in the plastic, frayed straps, stiff buckles or harness adjusters.
- Check for any recalls on the seat.
What is a safety recall?
- Due to defects that could injure a child, a seat may be recalled by a manufacturer who is required to fix the problem free of charge.
Does the safety seat have to be sent back?
- Not usually. Problems with recalled seats may be fixed by replacing a part that the manufacturer sends you for free.