Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Winter Ready Wednesdays: Coats and cars

This winter, whether your family jumps in the car for a drive to the grocery store or to grandma's house, buckling up is one of the best ways to ensure safely. It is always a good idea to buckle your child in an age and weight appropriate car seat or booster seat. But during these cold months, it can be hard to tell if your child is fastened in securely while they are wearing heavy winter coats. 

Below is a graphic with some suggestions on how to ensure that your entire family is prepared to travel safely and warmly this winter. 

1 comment:

  1. Excellent post! There is little comparison between the winters in Kansas and Texas, but we try to warn drivers about preparing their vehicle for every season. Our weather is always changing in Spring, Texas so we see many cars with worn out windshield wipers or neglected defrosters. Great perspective on safety for winter driving.