Safe Ride 4 Kids Launches New Informational Blog With News, Tips and Ideas for Safe Driving with Children and Pregnant Mothers

The child and pregnancy safety company, Safe Ride 4 Kids, launches a new blog with informational news, tips and ideas for safe driving for parents and pregnant mothers.

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"The main purpose is to create a network of readers and followers for the latest tips, changes and updates to the website, the company and the safety of children and new mothers."

Chandler, Arizona (PRWEB) February 08, 2014

Safe Ride 4 Kids is a national brand born out of necessity and need. The company, founded in 2002, provides safe alternatives to car seats and options for pregnant women with growing bellies. The company recently launched a new website for the sole purpose of offering tips, new articles and safety ideas to parents, moms and soon to be mothers.

The website blog, travelsafewithkids.com, is a new website and domain that will link back to the main website for purchase and ordering purposes but will mainly be used for tips and child safety news articles. Although the company hopes to gain traffic from the blog, owner and president Greg Durocher says, "The main purpose is to create a network of readers and followers for the latest tips, changes and updates to the website, the company and the safety of children and new mothers."

The majority of products are to assist children in car seat situations. The removable Ride Safer Travel Vest allows for less bulk and hassle when securing children in a vehicle. The products have been tested, approved and are legal for use in the US. Other products include the Tummy Shield® seat that redirects the seat belt away from a pregnant mother's growing belly.

Durocher hopes that the launch of the blog will inspire more readers coming from different avenues a chance to learn about safer alternatives to pregnancy seat belt restrictions and child car seat safety.


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