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• SOME SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN, such as pre-term babies
or those who have tested positive for positional apnea, may be
at increased risk of suffering breathing or other difficulties in an
infant restraint. If your child has special needs, we recommend
that you have your physician or hospital staff evaluate your child
and recommend the proper infant restraint or car bed before
using this product.
• According to accident statistics, CHILDREN ARE SAFER WHEN
PROPERLY RESTRAINED IN REAR VEHICLE SEATING
POSITIONS, RATHER THAN FRONT SEATING POSITIONS.
For a vehicle with a front passenger air bag, refer to your vehicle
owner’s manual as well as these instructions for infant restraint
• NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHILD UNATTENDED.
• NEVER LEAVE AN INFANT RESTRAINT AND BASE
UNSECURED IN YOUR VEHICLE. An unsecured infant
restraint or base can be thrown around and may injure occupants
in a sharp turn, sudden stop or crash. Remove it or make sure
that it is securely belted in the vehicle. If not using LATCH, make
sure LATCH connectors are properly stored on base.
• REPLACE THE INFANT RESTRAINT AND BASE AFTER AN
ACCIDENT OF ANY KIND. An accident can cause damage to
the infant restraint that you cannot see.
• STOP USING INFANT RESTRAINT AND BASE AND THROW IT
AWAY after the date molded into the underside of the infant