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The City of Fayetteville is proud to support Child Passenger Safety. An estimated four out of five children are not properly restrained in their car seat or booster seat. We will gladly check the restraint system and recall lists for your child to ensure their safety. You can get your child’s restraint system checked at any of the following locations: Monday – Saturday 10 a.m.–8 p.m.

Upcoming Child Passenger Safety Seat Clinics

DateTimeLocation
TBATarget, Skibo Rd.
Target, Skibo Rd.


Child Safety Seat SignFire Station #3 – 3225 Rosehill Rd 910 433-1733

Fire Station #9 – 5091 Santa Fe Dr. 910 433-1739

Fire Station #12 – 307 Hope Mills Road 910 433-1008

 InfantsToddlersPreschoolers
Weight0 lbs. up to 20 lbs
(Birth to 1 year)
Over 20 lbs.-up to 40 lbs (At Least 1 year)Over 40 lbs Up to 80 lbs
TYPE OF SEATInfant Only or
Rear–Facing Convertible

Convertible or
Combination

Belt Positioning
Booster

SEAT POSITION

Rear-Facing
ONLY

Forward-Facing (Children should remain rear-facing as long as possible)Forward-Facing (Children should remain rear-facing as long as possible)
WARNINGDo not place infants in front passenger seat of cars with airbags!All children age 12 and under should ride in the back seat.Make sure the lap belt fits low and tight to avoid abdominal injuries
We are proud to provide this free service. Together, we can lower the number of children who are hurt or killed in auto accidents every year.

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