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Vehicle Accessory That Combats New Rear Facing Safety Seat Regulations

20, March 2015: With the recent changes made to safety seat laws in many US states, followed by statements by district authorities that numerous parents had currently been fined for not maintaining the new statutes, it would appear that a group of parents have found a way to help them keep their baby rear-facing up until the age of 2, as specified by the new modifications to legislation.

Freddie and Sebbie

In a current 5 star verified Amazon client review for the Freddie and Sebbie rear seat mirror, Julie Williams says... "I purchased this to use for when I babysit, and have to deliver my grand son. 30 years ago, my infant's car seat looked forward, so I had no trouble making sure he was all right, but not so in 2015 with rear-facing safety seats. This mirror is precisely as explained, so with no doubt, with all the items on the market for children these days, this is one of those "why didn't I think about that?" must haves!"

Backseat mirror

Freddie and Sebbie company co-director, Neil Speight, has actually discussed how they have turned into one of the first outlets to promote this child seat accessory on Amazon, stating... "We were able to launch the infant mirror on Amazon in early November 2014, in the nick of time for the new regulation changes this year. The preliminary response by consumers has been overwhelming, with the item getting over 250 customer testimonials, most of which have been 5 star maximum scores. As a business we are pleased to have actually created an accessory making the decision of keeping kids rear-facing longer, an easier one for moms and dads to take, and an even better decision for a kid's security in case of a traffic crash."

In another comment left on Amazon by Wingnut, who states he could not envision a better mirror. He adds... "You secure it firmly to any headrest and after that can angle the mirror with a ball and joint set-up to any angle. It's firm enough to not move as soon as set. Much better than my old mirror that you had to angle on the headrest itself. I would highly recommend this accessory to all parents of babies or toddlers, currently in rear facing seats." Lastly, Becca Lynn Tippy in yet another 5 star score review has said... "I have been wanting one of these since our baby was born! I like how big this mirror is. Others I have actually taken a look at were smaller sized, and this one is like a big TV screen. I love the fact that I can see everything that is happening while I am driving. I know safety is our top concern when we are on the road, so looking back to check on child is not a great option. This back seat child mirror permits me to always see that he is safe or smiling, or even the periodic spit up when it's occurring. Most important of all for me though is that it enables me to always keep my hands securely on the wheel, and my eyes forward at all times."

The full specifications for their deluxe back seat mirror can be seen here: http://www.amazon.com/Back-Seat-Mirror-Concentrate-Rear-Facing/dp/B00NIU69SQ/

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