Whidbey General Hospital

Free Car Seat Safety Check

Experts estimate that four out of five child safety seats are placed in cars incorrectly. Attend this free class on June 1 and learn how to select, install and maintain a car seat for your baby or child.


Car Seat Safety Check

Saturday, June 1

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Central Whidbey Fire & Rescue

109 N. Main Street, Coupeville


Enjoy greater peace of mind and provide a safer ride for your little one. At this free program, a nationally certified child passenger safety professional will talk about:

    • What to look for in your first car seat.
    • The concerns and problems of used car seats.
    • How to buckle in your child correctly.

Already have a seat? Bring it and we will show you how to use it properly.


No appointment necessary. Each car evaluation takes approximately 30 minutes.

Presented by Robert May, a paramedic with Whidbey General Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

Robert May can be contacted via email or by calling 360-678-7620.

Learn about other Whidbey General classes and events.  


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