The Center for Childhood Safety (CCS) will host a free community car seat check event on Saturday, May 12 from 9-11:30 a.m.
Nationally certified child passenger safety technicians will work with parents and caregivers to help correct potential car seat installation problems.
They will also gives hands-on education on safety best practices.
Kimberly Hess, Executive Director, Center for Childhood Safety,
Installing a car seat should be simple, but with 300 makes and models of car seats on the market and more than 100 different seat belt configurations, installing a seat correctly can be a challenge.
No parent wants to get it wrong when it comes to their child’s safety.
The event will take place at at Broadway Automotive at 2700 S Ashland Ave. in Green Bay.
For more information on the car seat check or for general childhood safety information, call the Center for Childhood Safety at (920) 272-0110 or visit www.ccsgb.org