Keep your children safe | Learn how to install a forward facing children seat | Ford Canada

Toronto police constable Susan Mundy give us some important tips on child seat safety.

Read the whole blog post at http://blog.ford.ca/2012/10/22/celebrating-30-years-of-safety-in-canada/

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Breanne Gabrielle says:

As there is some helpful information in this video there’s also a lot of FALSE information as well.
Your child should be at least 2 years old before riding facing forward.
You should never wear thick/bulky clothing while in a car seat. Layer blankets on after they are strapped in. The straps need to be tight enough on your child so you are not able to pinch the straps between your fingers.

Northernblades says:

I just bought a ford F-150 This is MY FIRST domestic vehicle, in 20 years.
if you look at this video at 3:32 and you see where the tightening mechanism is.
I want to you tell me, HOW THIS IS USEFUL
http://www.fordservicecontent.com/pubs/auxf/~WO/4609/E167009_EUR.JPG

The anchors in the truck I bought, are BETWEEN the headrest posts.
Ford claims you run the anchor THROUGH the first loop, and then hook it to the loop next to it.

HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE when the anchor is so close it TOUCHES THE SEAT. Please put them BACK where this video shows the anchors, so that they could be USEABLE. Some of us are smart enough to figure out how to get behind the seat.

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