Alternative Booster Seat Equals Safety and Less Storage Space

With the RideSafer Travel Vest, rental car companies can offer parents the ability to rent a safe child restraint that’s foldable and stackable. In fact, the vest passed all the federal safety standards for child restraints, which are issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

The RideSafer Travel Vest is a foldable and safe alternative to a booster seat.
The RideSafer Travel Vest is a foldable and safe alternative to a booster seat.

If a crash occurs, the vest keeps the child’s center of gravity low, and it has layers of energy absorbing materials in the front to help distribute the crash force over a larger part of the body compared to just a seat belt.

The RideSafer is easy to use in every vehicle. The child simply wears it like a vest, and the vehicle’s lap-shoulder seat belt goes through the guides on the vest.

With two sizes available, it is rated for children 3 years and older who weigh between 30 and 80 pounds.

In addition, the vest is comfortable for the child to wear and has no expiration date.  

For more information on RideSafer Travel Vests, visit the distributor Safe Ride 4 Kids’ website at http://saferide4kids.com.

Comment On This Story

Name:  
Email:  
Comment: (Max. 10000 characters)  
Please leave blank:
* Please note that every comment is moderated.

 
 

Newsletter: Sign up to receive latest news, articles, and much more.

Read the latest

Auto Focus Blog: A blog covering fleets, auto rental and the business of cars

Understanding The Fleetification of Everything

As fleet miles increase exponentially, and as new stratum of fleet enter both consumer and business use cases, the "founding fathers" who gathered at Fleet Forward in Miami last week have some work to do.

The Problem with Valuing Safety Technology

As advanced safety technologies have migrated to mainstream vehicles, retaining value for these options at resale remains an issue.

ELD Mandate: Is Your Head Still in the Sand?

If you think you have 11 weeks to implement an Electronic Logging Device system to meet the Dec. 18 compliance deadline, you really don’t — for a few reasons.

Job Finder: Access Top Talent. Fill Key Positions.

>