CLINTON COUNTY TRAFFIC SAFETY WILL BE HOSTING A CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECK EVENT AT PARKER’S CHEVROLET LOCATED AT 1122, 622 US-11, CHAMPLAIN, NY 12919 FROM 10:00 AM UNTIL 1:30 PM ON APRIL 14th, 2018. PLEASE JOIN US TO KNOW FOR SURE IF YOUR CHILD IS IN THE RIGHT CAR SEAT. OUR TECHS WILL ASSIST YOU IN MAKING SURE YOUR CAR SEAT IS INSTALLED CORRECTLY, IS THE CORRECT SEAT FOR THE CHILD, AND MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO RECALLS ON THE CAR SEAT ITSELF. CAR SEATS WILL NOT BE GIVEN OUT AT THIS EVENT.
Funded by a grant from the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
The Clinton County Traffic Safety Program provides education to the community about child safety seats, aggressive driving, fun on wheels, and pedestrian safety.
The program coordinates with state, local and county law enforcement efforts targeting occupant restraint and aggressive driving behaviors.
The Traffic Safety Program is a comprehensive program designed to help reduce and prevent traffic related injuries and fatalities in our community.
What Topics Does the Program Cover?
- Child passenger seats
- Occupant restraints
- Drowsy driving
- Aggressive driving
- Elderly driving
- Pedestrian safety
- Fun on wheels safety which includes
- in-line skates
- skateboards and scooters
How Much Does it Cost?
The Clinton County Traffic Safety Program, is funded by the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee.
How Does it Work?
The Clinton County Traffic Safety Program, provides education to the community. The program has certified child passenger safety technicians and instructors that are trained to install car seats and to instruct caregivers how to properly install their child's seats. The program conducts educational presentations in local schools for pedestrian, fun on wheels, and aggressive driving safety.
Child Passenger Safety technician training sessions are offered regionally through out the year, and education for caregivers is offered by appointment.
The Clinton County Traffic Safety Program coordinates with the combined efforts of law enforcement agencies, fire departments and other community action agencies.
More answers about the Traffic Safety Program can be found on the Frequently Asked Questions page.