Tips for Flying with Kids Who Need Car seats

Tips for Flying with Kids Who Need Car seatsTips for flying with kids who need a car seat

The headache of flying with kids and car seats can be enough to make you want to cancel your travel plans all together. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.  Here are some great tips to make sure you can travel with your kids and keep them safe while seated in a car.

Don’t Rent

Seriously. Don’t rent car seats. You’ll regret it. The car rental agencies don’t often clean them or examine them for missing or malfunctioning parts. It’s a total gamble what you’ll get when renting and gambling with your child’s safety is no way to win anything. It’s true that some agencies may provide good car seats but there’s simply no way to know which ones do. And, by the end of the day, it would STINK to be stuck without a car seat you definitely need.

Leave it behind. Don’t even Pack it.

Is your vacation destination a major city that will allow you to forgo the car seat all together by using public transportation? You don’t need a car seat for busses or trains.

10 Tips for Summer Time Traveling With Your KidsConsider a “Better Way”

Traditional car seats are necessarily “convenient” when it comes to keeping your kids safe while traveling. A great alternative is a Ride Safer Travel Vest. They’re compact (put it in your carry on), light weight, easy to maneuver, and quick to set up in any vehicle. This vest is easy to use and properly hold the seat belt on children from 30 to 80 pounds every time. This vest makes traveling with kids that need car seats a convenient dream come true!

See also:

10 Tips for Summer Time Traveling With Your Kids

Car Seat Rental

Too Cool for a Boost? How ‘Bout a Vest?

Moving and Packing Tips

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