Choosing, Installing and Using Infant and Child Car Seats – Helping to Keep Kids Safe

The information contained on this page has been obtained from the BCAA’s Child Passenger Safety Program. This program provides information and resources to keep your children safe while travelling on BC roads. Child car seats and seat belts work best when they are used correctly. As children grow and change, the type of protection system required also changes.

The information below will help guide you in choosing, installing and using either an infant seat, child seat or booster seat.

Child Car Seats – Birth to One Year

Booster Seat Tips

Buying a Used Car Seat – What you Need to Know

Car Seats for Children Over One Year of Age

Child Seats for Children Under Nine Years of Age

Using the Right Car Seat

Pitt Meadows Fire Rescue offers free child seat checks.  These are learning sessions done in the vehicle only.  You will be guided to install your child car seat in your own vehicle.  Staff will not install the car seat for you.  This is by appointment only and can be scheduled for any weekday Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm.  Please contact the department at 604.465.2401 or via email for more information.