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Car Seat Inspections In Helena

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When a kid takes a ride in a car, it's obvious they need a car-seat, but are they sitting in the right type?  If you're in Helena and need help answering that question, you're in luck.

Tomorrow from 1:45 pm to 3:45 pm in the afternoon, a child car seat check up event will take place in the Helena Costco parking lot. 

Trained technicians will be on hand to answer your questions about choosing the best car-seats and how to install them properly into your vehicle.
 
According to the Montana Department of Transportation, about eighty percent of the seats they check are not installed correctly, so it's important to get them inspected.
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