Car Seats & RVs: Keeping Children Safe While Traveling

Traveling in an RV can be a great way for families to travel. Even though the RV is large (like a house on wheels), it is still very important to be sure everyone is buckled up while driving. It is equally important to be sure children are buckled up properly in car seats or booster seats.

Different states have different laws regarding seat belt and car seat use in an RV. Be sure to do some research before traveling.

Here are a few things you can do to keep everyone in the RV safe:

  1. All passengers should be seated and secured in a forward-facing seat, not a side or rear facing bench, to ensure safety.
  2. Be sure children are properly secured in a seat belt, car seat, or booster seat.
  3. Do not distract the driver.
  4. Keep all items in the RV secured so they do not become flying objects in a crash.
  5. If towing a car, consider having someone drive any children requiring car seats in that car instead.

It is important to remember RVs get into accidents too. The driver of the RV should ensure all passengers are properly buckled and secured at all times while the vehicle is in motion.

If you or a loved one are injured in an auto accident, call Personal Injury Attorney Chelsie M. Lamie at 727-501-3464 for a free consultation. You can also learn more about Attorney Lamie by visiting www.chelsielamie.com.

To learn more about RV driving safety tips, click here:

Safe RV road trips begin by buckling seat belts, using car seats

Traveling with children in RVs

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