How long is a Graco car seat good for?
Graco defines “useful life” as 10 years for belt-positioning boosters and for steel-reinforced belt path car seats and 7 years for plastic-reinforced belt path car seats.
Do Graco car seat bases expire?
A majority of the Graco infant car seats expire seven years after the date of manufacturing.
Graco Expiration Dates & Where to Find Expiration Date on Graco Car Seat.
|model||Argos™ 65 Car Seat|
|expiration date||10 years after the date of manufacture.|
|expiration date location||Label on back of booster|
How long are Graco car seats good for in Canada?
|Importer / Manufacturer||Brand Name(s)||Useful Life|
|Newell Brands Canada, Inc.||Graco||4Ever – 10 years Expiry date stamped into the seat|
|Evenflo Canada, Inc.||Evenflo||6 years|
|Evenflo||Symphony – 8 years|
|Evenflo||SafeMax All-In-One – 10 years|
Is it OK to use expired car seat?
A spokesperson wrote back: “There are no actual rules or regulations in the U.S. about using an expired date car seat.” The U.S. government isn’t oblivious to the possibility that a child safety seat could degrade over time.
Do carseats really expire?
And I am sure many of you have heard, “Car seats don’t actually expire. That’s just a ploy by manufacturers to get you to spend more money.” … Car seats are often handed down from one child to another; especially those with a lifetime of 10 years, and this is perfectly safe.
Is it illegal to use expired car seats in Canada?
When shopping for a child car seat or booster seat, look for the National Safety Mark label attached to the seat. Every child car seat and booster seat sold in Canada has an expiry or useful life date on them. They should not be used if they have passed the date.