Question about Evenflo Triumph Advance LX Convertible Car Seat - Black Ice
I was in a head-on car collision and wanted to know if I am able to continue using my car seat or, for safety reasons, do I have to get a new one. The car seat was not in use at the time of the accident and was rear-facing.
I say get a new one.. the tolerance level on the plastic, could have been weakened, ever if it were nto in use at the time.. just the impact of the vehicle could have weakened it, i would say especially because it was rear facing, the force fo gravity prolly made it jolt backward which could have weakened it tremendiously
! i vote, new! its so worth spending the extra 250.00for a new one rather then riskin the life and safety of the bambino!
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
It is best to get a new one. Even though it was not in use at the time, it can still have damage that you can not see.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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