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The proper use of safety seats is just one of the many activities we’ll cover during Honda Customer Appreciation Days, October 1-15. Watch our short video to see if you are doing it right.
Come on Tom…your parents rode u around in the bed of a pickup truck, and your still wandering the planet. What about them damn Honda? motorcycles.
In all seriousness this is excellent information? on the placement of the belt on a child. Peace, HCM
Those kids? look like they’re trying their hardest not to laugh
@HiddenCaveMan Best comment on? here.
I rode around in the front seat of my dad’s airbag-less truck with the shoulder belt BEHIND me when I was little and I’m still here.? My dad knew how to drive, and at the time, my home town wasn’t packed with idiots who, well, don’t know how to drive.
Is this real life?
I watched Honda’s eHarmony parody and when I saw this thumbnail I thought they were doing a David after? Dentist parody.
I’m a child passenger safety technician and this video is very well done. Thanks? honda! Makes me proud to be a honda only family. :)
@soccermomd00d How many serious accidents were you in? I’m guessing by your comment that the answer is 0. You were one of the lucky? ones. Why would someone not want maximum safety for their child against the number one killer of children?
So cool that they got Stephanie Tombrello in this video… she’s an expert on child passenger safety! ? WTG HONDA!
Great video! The headrest on the 2nd booster shown needs to go up for that child. :)?
wtf? How embarassing would it to to have to ride? in a car seat in first and second grade when your mom gives your friends a ride home from school!
@gmbtowing87, how tragic would it be if the same first / second grader flew through the window or was paralyzed because of improper seat? belt positioning?
This is a good video. I see? a lot of bigger kids who are riding without booster seats w/the belt too high on the neck.
@HiddenCaveMan Motorcycles aren’t the problem, although there are always a few moronic riders out there. ;-)
@soccermomd00d You may have been fine riding in the front of your Dad’s truck back then but were there any distracted cell phone-using drivers on the? roads back then as there are now?