Enter to Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card (Ends 05/07/15) #KidsBuckleUp

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Blog­gin’ Mamas would like to sup­port the Ad Coun­cil and The U.S. Depart­ment of Transportation’s National High­way Traf­fic Safety Admin­is­tra­tion (NHTSA) with pro­mot­ing the Seat Belt Safety cam­paign, which asks par­ents of chil­dren ages 8–14 to make sure their kids are con­sis­tently and prop­erly wear­ing their seat belt every time they get in the car.

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Par­ent­ing a tween involves com­pro­mise. But here’s one rule that should not be up for debate – the car doesn’t move until every­one is wear­ing a seat belt. If you say it, and if par­ents buckle up them­selves, your tween will buckle up. And if they don’t, that’s a fight worth hav­ing. It might just save your tween’s life.

Did you know that one child pas­sen­ger age 8 – 14 is injured every 8 min­utes in a car crash? From 2009 – 2013, 1,522 kids ages 8–14 died in car, SUV and van crashes. Of those who died, almost half were unbelted. As chil­dren get older they’re some­times less likely to buckle up. The per­cent­age of child pas­sen­gers who die while rid­ing unre­strained gen­er­ally increases with age and is most pro­nounced among 13 and 14-year-olds regard­less of seat­ing position.

Check out this Battlefiled MiniVan Video:

Buckling-up is an important habit to instill in children at a young age. Parents can lead by example by wearing a seat belt themselves and by insisting on seat belt use for every passenger in their vehicle. Seat belts and safety seats, if used correctly, dramatically reduce the risk of fatality or injury to children.

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-Visit www.safercar.gov/kidsbuckleup; for more info about buckling up!

-Learn when to transition your child out of the booster seat to a seat belt and find out how it should properly fit. http://www.safercar.gov/parents/SeatBelts/Beyond-Booster-Seats.htm;
-Parents are the #1 influence on children’s seat belt usage: http://www.safercar.gov/parents/SeatBelts/Number-One-Influence.htm;

The Giveaway

Prize(s): 1 win­ner will receive one (1) $100 Ama­zon Giftcard.

Give­away Starts: 4/23/15 at 12:01am EST

Give­away Ends: 5/7/15 at 11:59pm EST

Eli­gi­ble: United States Res­i­dents ages 18+.

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12 thoughts on “Enter to Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card (Ends 05/07/15) #KidsBuckleUp

  • I learned kids should ride in the back seat until they are 13!

  • I didn’t know that the seat belt should be below your belly when you are pregnant. I’ll keep this in mind if I have another baby.

  • Children under 13 should ride in the back seat for maximum safety!

  • It confirmed for me that kids under 14 should be in the back seat.

  • Kids should not ride in the front seat until they are 13!

  • Remember: Children under 13 should ride in the back seat for maximum safety! from age 6-13 many more children are forgetting or peer pressure that children go through, its better to be safer than sorry hurt or dead

  • Tweens are between 8 to 14 years olderolder. News to me

  • You’re the #1 influenced to make sure your tween is buckled up.

  • I actually didn’t know that all children under 13 should ride in the back seat, it makes sense but I have never thought about it with my 10 year old nephew.

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