Most parents in South Boston, VA want to keep their children as safe as possible when traveling in the car. One of the best ways to do this is to install a child safety seat. While there are many different types and models of child safety seats on the market, they all serve the same purpose: to protect your child in the event of an accident.

Tools needed:

- Screwdriver

- Ruler or tape measure

Locate the two attachment points for the seat belt in your vehicle. These are usually located on the rear seat, floor, or back. Thread the seat belt through both attachment points and buckle it. Make sure that the belt is tight by pulling on it firmly.

Place the child safety seat in your vehicle and secure it using the seat belt. Again, ensure the belt is tight by pulling on it firmly. Adjust the seat straps, so they are tight against your child. If your child's safety seat has a tether strap, attach it to the tether anchor in your vehicle. This will help to keep the seat from moving around in the event of an accident.