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Last chance to register!

Folks, Buckles’ journey is coming to an end as we’re wrapping up our SAFE TRAVEL FOR KIDS!!™ Campaign for September.  We hope that this year’s message found you kindly.  Car seat registration is a must!  Just like other products, although they undergo rigorous testing and evaluation, child safety seats can be recalled.  If you haven’t […]

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Car seats get recalled – is your child’s seat registered?

As we near the final stretch of our SAFE TRAVEL FOR KIDS!! ™ Campaign, we want to remind you about the importance of car seat registration.  Although child restraint systems are rigorously tested, just like other things they can be recalled!  In the event of a recall, it’s important to have registered your child’s safety […]

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Car Seat Inspection!

Did you know:  75% of car seats are NOT properly installed.  In case you aren’t sure which percentage you fall into, you are in luck!  On Saturday, September 19th, from 10am – 2pm, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital will be hosting a FREE Car Seat Inspection Event at the Sharonville Fire Department located at 11637 Chester Rd, […]

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Cars we waited for that never came

Creativity and innovation are key characteristics in the automotive industry.  In fact, so many creative ideas are thought of, not all make it to become a reality.  Motor Trend has compiled 15 cars, trucks, and SUVs from the previous 15 years that were supposed to be roadworthy and in dealerships or available on Craigslist by […]

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Is Your Child’s Car Seat Registered??

September is National Child Passenger Safety Month!  To promote this initiative, each year the GCADA’s SAFE TRAVEL FOR KIDS!!™ Campaign adopts a new theme.  This year, we are reminding parents and caregivers to REGISTER THEIR CHILD’S CAR SEAT with it manufacturer!  Although child restraint systems undergo rigorous testing and evaluation, it’s still possible that a […]

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