Child Secure Seat belt Vest – Portable Safety Seat
Regular price$ 200.00 USDSale price$ 49.97 USD
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Child Secure Seat belt Vest – Portable Safety Seat !!!
This safety seat for children can also be used on dinner table chairs. You can take it on vacation or trips, public transport, even golf carts and camping! These make this product unique from the others, as you can use it anywhere you want!
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Since the first car was manufactured and put on the market in the early 1900s, many modifications and adjustments have been implemented to protect those that drive and ride in motorized vehicles. Most restraints were put into place to protect adults without regard for young children. Though child seats were beginning to be manufactured in the early 1930s, their purpose was not the safety of children. The purpose was to act as booster seats to bring the child to a height easier for the driving parent to see them. It was not until 1962 that two designs with the purpose of protecting a child were developed independently.British inventor Jean Ames created a rear-facing child seat with a Y-shaped strap similar to today's models.American Leonard Rivkin, of Denver Colorado, designed a forward-facing seat with a metal frame to protect the child. It is noted that seat belts for adults were not standard equipment in automobiles until the 1960s.