What is a Tummy Shield Anyway and Why Do I Need One?

What is a Tummy Shield Anyway and Why Do I Need One?photo-3

When it comes to driving while pregnant,  there’s more to safety for the mother and child. It takes more than just a seatbelt to ensure complete safety for the mother as well as the unborn child. According the U.S. National Library of Medicine, automobile accidents are the number one cause of death for pregnant women and the leading cause of fetal injury mortality in the United States.

During a car crash the lap belt portion of the seat belt may penetrate into the abdomen area causing injury to both mother and unborn child. However there is a safe and simple solution that can protect both of them in the case of an automobile accident. It’s called the Tummy Shield. It was designed to protect the unborn baby and pregnant mother in case of a car crash. It does this by redirecting the lap portion of the seat belt and safety harness away from the pregnant mother’s belly. The lives of a pregnant mother and her precious unborn cargo are far too valuable to trust their safety to a seatbelt alone. Protect your loved ones with a Tummy Shield pregnancy seatbelt positioner today.

For more information on Tummy Shield and other innovative products to keep your family safe as well as making travel more convenient and comfortable for all, see:

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Travel Safe With Kids has all the latest news and tips for traveling safer with your family. Not only safer, but also easier and more comfortable. You’ll love all you’ll find at this informative and enjoyable website.

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