Kohls Safe Rides for All Kids
Kohl’s Safe Rides for All Kids Educates and Engages Families on Car Safety
Car crashes are the leading health risk for American children. Using the right restraint method – car seats for infants and toddlers, booster seats for kids who have outgrown car seats but are too small for seat belts alone, and seat belts for older children, teens, and adults – is the single most effective way to reduce risk of death or injury in a crash.
The Kohl’s Safe Rides for All Kids program at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital is a community outreach initiative designed to educate and engage parents and children and ensure that kids of all ages are riding as safely as possible in their vehicles, using appropriate restraints for their age, height, and weight every time they are in a car. This program is made possible through the generous support of Kohl’s and its Kohl’s Cares initiative, which sells kid-friendly merchandise with 100 percent of the net profit benefiting local children’s hospitals.
Explore this site to find more information on the safest way to transport children of different ages and sizes, learn more about the different kinds of car seats available, and find out how to get help from the child passenger safety experts at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital if you have questions or need help selecting, installing, or using a child restraint.