#Safety1st Travel Safety #Giveaway

It is super important to travel safely with your kiddos. With the help of Safety 1st, we have always been well prepared for a quick trip to the grocery store or a long day trip.

The Elite 80 3-in-1 car seat is one of the best on the market, in my opinion. With it’s super-extended weight range, this seat is the only one you will need for your kiddo, from infancy to toddlerhood and beyond*, making it well worth the price. With Air Protect + I know my baby is well protected.

Air Protect + combines the advanced protection of our Air Protect® cushion system with patented GCell HX™ foam designed with hexagonal shapes for superior protection around the torso. TOGETHER they provide full body side impact protection. 

With the Just-in-Case Storage Station we stay well organized while on the go. The best part is that it secures safely to the floor of the vehicle, so – in the horrible case of an accident – things stay put.

Keeping an eye on baby while driving is made possible with the Front or Back BabyView Mirror. The mirror clips to the visor for forward-facing kiddos, and attaches to the rear window for rear-facing babies.

What makes your ride with Baby safe?

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Enter our Travel Safety Reader Giveaway!

Just leave a comment below, by January 31st, telling me how you keep your baby safe on the road, and you’ll be entered to win the following items:

  • Elite 80 3-in-1 car seat

  • Just-in-Case Storage Station – Model: TS270

  • Front or Back BabyView Mirror – Model: 48919

*Rear-facing for 5-40 pounds, forward-facing for 22-80 pounds, and belt-positioning booster for 40-100 pounds

Disclosure: I am an official ambassador for Safety 1st and am being compensated for my time and efforts increating several posts, video reviews, and giveaways in the next few months. All opinions expressed are mine.


  1. Vicki says

    I use a Safety 1st carseat to keep my son safe in the car. We had to get a new one after we were in a car accident in November. (Car was totalled – he was okay, thank goodness! I’m still dealing with some stuff, unfortunately. But we did manage to walk away from the accident.). At any rate, we could definitely use an extra car seat for my husband’s car!

  2. T.R. Alvarez says

    I keep my baby safe by making sure she’s rear facing (she’s almost 2yrs old and still doesn’t mind it) and secure her properly in her car seat. I go to our local firehouse to have them check that the car seat is properly installed whenever I have to remove the car seat when I switch cars . I also make sure I keep her happy while we are driving by singing songs and talking to her. I obey all the traffic laws too, no speeding here!

  3. Stephanie Phelps says

    I make sure they are safe by never letting them ride in the front seat and the car seat is fitted well each time we get in the car.

  4. Cassandra says

    We had our first baby this past year. He’s four months old now. We have him in a rear facing evenflo car seat. We also use window shades that show the temp changes by changing color and a mini rear view mirror to see him in his seat. Thanks for the chance to win in this give away!

  5. Ashley C says

    My daughter is still rear-facing (she’s 18 months) and my son sits in the third row of seating in his car seat (he’s 3).


  6. sara haaf says

    I always make sure my seat is secure, do not strap them in with a jacket, and ERF. Also keep the car free of things that can fly around.

  7. heather r says

    my baby is all grown up, but we have a ton of babies and toddlers in the family right now! it often means taking multiple cars everywhere we go, so they’re always in their own seats whenever possible. although these seats rarely leave their mom’s car, we all always double check that everything is secure and fitted properly before we go anywhere.

  8. Rebecca Parsons says

    I keep my babies safe by having them in a car seat and rear facing until their car seat won’t work at their weight. But right now I have a new one and she is in an infant car seat and of course it is rear facing but it does expire in a few months.

  9. Laura says

    I keep my child safe on the road by keeping her in a 5 point harness seat even though she’s old enough for a high back booster. We sing the buckle up for safety song my aunt taught me as a child so she’s even the buckle police now. :) always buckled up!

  10. Gina Hiskes says

    By extended rear facing! Our 2 year old is a small 27 pounds and still rear facing. I’m also a huge car seat safety freak in general, and have my 4 year old in a 5-point harness and my 7 year old in a high-backed booster (ONLY because he’s tall and outgrew his 5-point!)

  11. Wardell Mayfield says

    I keep our babies safe on the road by making sure they are securely buckled and in the proper sized carseats and booster seats

  12. Mindy says

    I keep my babies safe in the car by making sure I’m not a distracted driver! I count on carseats to keep my kids safe, and my kids count on ME to be alert, awake, and aware! Our old Evenflo carseat has seen its fair share of “miles” with two older siblings, so it’d be great to have a new seat for our third baby!

  13. jaimee w says

    I keep my kids safe in the car by making sure they are the right size/weight before moving up to a booster- not just b/c they’re the “right age”- esp since my kids are small.

  14. Lacey j says

    We make sure all 3 kids are properly buckled before the car starts moving, and make sure that we are driving safely

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