It was a minor accident, nobody was hurt. The car was hit in the front left side, my son was in the back on the right side. He didn't even flinch when the car bumped into us. Nothing is broken on the (toddler/big kid) car seat, all the straps and buckles work. We didn't crash hard enough to have any real pressure put on any of the straps or buckles. I will get a new one if I have to, but why do I need to? Just curious about the reasoning behind this, probably something I'm not thinking of.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:52 PM on Nov. 8, 2012 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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