We have a car seat recall to tell you about. I’m sure most of you have heard about it already, but we wanted to be sure and share it with you. Dorel Juvenile Group has put out a car seat recall and are pulling some of their car seats of the shelves.. There are 21 different models being recalled from Safety First and Eddie Bauer. They are being recalled because they do not fully comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.
The last thing we want is anyone’s child in a car seat that is no safe. Juvenile USA has announced a massive children’s recall, which includes 21 different car seat models, due to the label could show parents how to install the car seat incorrect. When car seat is in rear facing mode parents could be confused, or mislead when installing the car seat. According to Dorel Juvenile Group, there has been no injuries or incidents because of the labeling placement.
The labels on the car seat for rear-facing belt path installation directions could be wrong, which could be horrible. The last thing anyone wants is for something to happen to a child so please be sure you do not own one of the car seats, because they are recalling 89,000 car seats. According to Dorel Juvenile, there have not been any children injured yet.
A few of the car seats on the list are Eddie Bauer Deluxe 3 in 1, Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite, Safety 1st Complete Air LX, and Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite. Be sure to look at the full list of car seats here.
The recalled seats were manufactured between the dates of July 20th, 2010 and May 18, 2011.
They are not asking that you return the car seats, but rather parents are directed to contact a Recall Hotline to receive a repair kit from Dorel Juvenile Group as soon as possible. You can contact via email at email@example.com,or you can call Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm EST at 1-877-675-2355.
If you have a baby who is riding in one of these car seats, please visit Dorel Juvenile Group’s website for more information..