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Thread: BuckleRoo

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    Carseat Crazy
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    Anyone have one? Anyone know if they truly are safe? I don't want it to use on a booster seat for a child, but rather I want it to put on the middle seat belt which holds a car seat since my other kids have accidentally unbuckled that seat belt instead of theirs when getting out of the van

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    Heather Mom to k-17 ;b-16 yr;r-14yrs;e-12yrs 60" 70lb--seatbelts;

    s-7yrs 50" 45lb Evenflo BK booster;D22 mo 35" 25lb RFing britax boulevard70CS in 2011 Sienna

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    Re: BuckleRoo

    I'd probably just put something on the buckle like the harsh side of velcro so they can feel it's the wrong one. That won't get in the way of anything (don't put it on moving parts, just stuck to the plastic), but it's a really big tell that NOPE, that's not it!

    wendy, cpst-i mom to
    piper, 7/26/02, 62", 100.6#, seatbelt
    laine 9/16/09, 50", 70#, Nuna Aaces
    in a 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser and my 2017 Volvo XC90

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