Car seats are arguably the most important safety item we purchase as parents. In many cases, it is also the most expensive. If you purchased a Graco My Ride car seat in 2014, you will want to check to see if yours is included in this most recent recall!
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The NHTSA (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration), recently announced a recall for more than 25,000 of Graco My Ride carseats. The government agency found the car seat did not meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
“In the event of a serious motor vehicle crash, the harness webbing restraining the child may break resulting in a child not being properly restrained,” the agency noted.
Graco My Ride Recall Information
Graco says it will notify parents who have purchased the seats and will provide free replacement kits with new harness restraints. According to their website, parents may continue to use their seats until the replacement kit arrives.
To find out if your car seat is included in the recall, visit the Graco Baby website.