Car Seat Safety
Type of Seat
Infants seats and rear facing convertible seats
All infants should always ride rear-facing until they are at least 1 year of age and weigh at least 20 pounds.
It is best to ride rear-facing as long as possible. Children 1 year of age and at least 20 pounds can ride forward-facing.
Booster seats are for older children who have outgrown their forward facing care safety seats. Children should stay in a booster seat until adult belts fit correctly (usually when a child reaches about 4’9” in height and between 8 to 12 years of age).
Children who have outgrown their booster seats should ride in a lap and should shoulder belt in the back set until 13 years of age.
*Stations marked with an asterisk only serve those who live within their communities.
- Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Booster and Car Seat Clinic
Contact: Central Scheduling (Se habla Español) 877-607-5280
- AAA Travel & Insurance, Greenfield
Lynn Kloss or Rolando Monterrey (Se habla Español)
- City of Milwaukee Police Department Training Academy
- *City of Wauwatosa Fire Department
- COA Youth & Family Centers Early Education Center
- *Cudahy Health Department
Phone: 414-769-2239 x300
- *Franklin Health Department
Kristin Anderson or Kim Kringel
- *Greendale Fire Department
Lt. Eric Campbell
- *Greenfield Fire Department
Lt. Dan Weber, FF John Cram or FF Andy Greil
- *Hales Corners Fire Department
- *North Shore Fire Department
Captain John Maydak
- South Milwaukee Police Department
Officers Mick Olson, Katie Klipfel or Tarra Ball
- Aurora Medical Center Summit
- City of Pewaukee Fire Department
Division Chief Peter Rohde
- Mukwonago Fire Department
FF/EMT Travis Janick
- Muskego Police Department
Officer Gary Mrotek
- *New Berlin Police Department
Officer Daniel Hanlon (days)
- Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital
Prohealth Class Registration
- Village of Mukwonago Police Department
Lt. Ken Pileggi