You’ve just landed in Portugal after an exhausting red-eye and the seatbelt won’t lock to install your car seat
The rental car company offers you an expired infant car seat or a booster seat for your 3 year old
It’s time to board with your expensive first class tickets and the flight crew refuses your car seat
These are all common mistakes that happen when traveling with a car seat, but you don’t have to make them!
We all try our best, but we know that car seats are way too complicated and travel makes them even harder. There’s a good chance you’ve made some mistakes along the way – just like I have.
Download this ebook today with 5 easy-to-follow chapters to help you keep your kids safer in the car at every stage. You’ll learn about:
- General car seat mistakes
- Rear facing mistakes
- Forward facing mistakes
- Booster seat mistakes
- Challenges of traveling with car seats
Here’s a preview of what you’ll find inside:
Nearly 60 pages of easy-to-read info that will take your family from birth to booster (and beyond)
There’s a lot we can’t control in parenthood. But one thing we can control is using car seats correctly.
Hi, I’m Melissa – the voice behind Travel Car Seat Mom. I’m a Child Passenger Safety Technician and mother of two kids and I want to help you keep your kids safer in the car. I’ve made plenty of mistakes over the years and have seen lots of mistakes from my friends and through my work as a CPST. After my own kids were in a serious car accident, I realized just how important it is to use car seats every time, and to use them correctly.
In this book, you’ll find 60 pages of helpful tips to help you at each stage of your family’s car seat journey. If that sounds intimidating, don’t worry: you don’t have to read it all at once, and I promise there won’t be a quiz at the end!
- Learn how to keep your kids safe in the car, from birth to tween
- Gain confidence in your knowledge of car seat and booster seat safety
- Avoid common mistakes that could be endangering your kids
For just $9.99, you’ll gain the confidence you need to keep your kid safe in the car every time.