By Katelin Walling

Car Seat Installation Lessons at Your Home

October 28, 2013   |  News & Tips: Services  


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Strapped In Car Seat Safety recently started offering its car seat installation services in the New York metro area. The service also offers child passenger safety lessons, car seat checks, and car seat installation at your home.

brett solomon and his daughterBrett Solomon with his daughter

Before bringing baby home, or when changing car seats to accommodate a growing child, parents want to make sure the car seat is installed properly. Strapped In Car Seat Safety offers car seat installation, car seat checks, and child passenger safety lessons, servicing all of the New York metro area.

Strapped In offers varying levels of car seat installation help. The New Parent Lesson is a one-hour lesson that gives parents the knowledge and confidence to install car seats in all of their vehicles and covers how to properly position the child, how to adjust the car seat as the child grows, and child safety when traveling in taxis, airplanes, and rental cars. The New Grandparent Lesson is a simplified version of The New Parent Lesson.  Strapped In also offers a basic car seat check to make sure the seat is installed correctly.

Strapped In Car Seat Safety prides itself on its expertise, service, and convenience. “There are no public installation stations that will travel and fit your schedule,” says owner Brett Solomon, a nationally and New York state certified child passenger safety technician. “I will travel to your house, business, or even maternity ward—it has happened—anywhere in the New York metro area and can check all cars simultaneously—Mom’s, Dad’s, Grandma’s, and the nanny’s cars.”

 

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