Nissan Child Safety Guide
Nissan Child Safety Guide in Edmonton, Alberta
Automotive manufactures have spent billions of dollars researching and designing vehicles that will meet the needs of automotive consumers. Not only have they focused on features and technology, but the need for safer vehicles has become priority number one. The development of driver assistance features to chassis engineering vehicles have never been safer. At Nissan, safety is at the top of their list. Before they design or engineer anything, it needs to pass the safety test first before it can move on to the next stage. At West End Nissan, we are excited to offer residents of St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Beaumont, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Devon, Stony Plain, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas of Alberta a fantastic new inventory of Nissan's . Each vehicle features its own slew of safety features that are designed to keep you alert and safe.
Nissan understands that your passengers, especially the ones that can't yet buckle themselves in, are the most important things in your life. As a parent, you know that finding the right car seat can be difficult. That's why Nissan has launched a first of its kind initiative within the automotive industry. As a Nissan owner or soon to be one, our Nissan Child Safety Seat Fit Guide, also known as Snug Kids, was developed to help Nissan and INFINITI owners choose the right child seat.
Safety is Paramount
The Snug Kids program launched in January of 2002 with the assistance of participating child seat manufacturers to help lessen the confusion for parents when selecting a new child seat. Its main purpose was to help save children's lives and continue the pursuit of child safety education.
Child Safety Basics
Below, you can find guidelines that can help you get the maximum benefit from your child safety seat
- Do place your child safety seat in the back seat.
- Do make sure to utilize Nissan's safety anchors and seatbelts.
- Do secure your child in the seat using the seats safety harness.
- Do position the seat harness clip in the correct position; at the child's armpits.
Do choose the right seat for your child's weight and height.
- Birth to 1 year; up to 20-22 pounds: Rear-facing seat.
- At least 1 year up to 4 years: Front-facing seat.
- At least 4 years up to 10 years: Booster seat
- Don't install the seat loosely
- Don't place children in forward-facing seats. Make sure to keep them rear facing until the right time.
- Don't stop using a booster too soon. They are appropriate for children up to 10 years old
If you have any questions regarding any of this information please don't hesitate to contact us. One of our product advisors will be more than happy to help.