This isn’t a new idea because it seems to go around the internet every few months if not once a year. I can’t believe we haven’t addressed this at Baby Gizmo up to this point, but today is the day! We are talking about emergency contact information on car seats.
To keep your information private for everyday excursions, I just put a second piece of paper over the contact information with the words “ICE” on it. (ICE stands for “In Case of Emergency”)
If you get into a crash and are knocked unconscious or unresponsive in some way, your child or children in the backseat will most likely not be able to give the paramedics or police the pertinent information that they need. Therefore, you want to put all this information on the side of your child’s infant seat, convertible seat or even booster seat. Simply print it out on a piece of paper and secure it with clear tape to the car seat. I suggest using heavy-duty, clear packing tape. It works the best.
Here is A FREE PRINTABLE that you can use: (Just click on the graphic to download and print it out)
Wednesday 26th of December 2018
Do not do this. Anything added to a car seat that wasn’t part of the seat when bought voids any and all warranties. Just FYI .
Friday 8th of November 2013
The address will be on the insurance and registration card. It will be somewhere in the vehicle.