Car Seat Belt Pillow Kids Can Play with During Long Trips Now on Amazon

Tulatoo, a manufacturer of toys for children, emphasizes the importance of using a car seat belt pillow kids can interact with during long journeys. The company says that its dinosaur pillow offers children something to play with while traveling.

Sheridan, Wyoming, USA - November 8, 2019 —

Tulatoo, an experienced manufacturer of children’s toys and utility products, believes that keeping children entertained on long journeys is a must so that the whole family can arrive at their destination safely and in a good mood. To that end, the company developed a car seat belt pillow kids can interact with to keep their minds occupied and quell their restlessness while riding in the car for long periods. Cut in the shape of a dinosaur, the product is safe for children above the age of three and can be used safely with seat belts and booster seats. The dinosaur travel pillow is now available on Amazon.

For more information about Tulatoo, please visit: https://tulatoo.com/

There is no denying that seat belts play an extremely important role in ensuring safety during road accidents. However, ill-fitting seatbelts raise the risk of serious injury to children. Seat belt syndrome is a collective term that includes all injury profiles associated with the use of seat belts. It is defined classically as seat belt marks on the body plus an intra-abdominal organ injury (e.g., bowel perforations) or thoracolumbar vertebral fractures.

“Kids are shorter than adults, have relatively larger heads and smaller hip bones. So the sash portion of an adult seatbelt tends to lie across a child’s face or neck, and the lap portion rides up across the abdomen rather than the waist as in an adult. In an accident, the belt causes head, neck and abdominal injuries. To make matters worse, kids tend to slouch and slump in their seats. This means the sash part of the seatbelt tends to get in the way, so they put it under their arms or behind their backs,” said a spokesperson from Tulatoo.

The company asserts that its seatbelt pillow for kids travel keeps children entertained and engaged during long journeys that can be otherwise boring for them. The dinosaur pillow is made of extremely soft, 100% polyester material. Its attractive design and bright color make it a friend to play with for children, according to the brand. The pillow comes with Velcro to prevent it from sliding down the seat belt strap. This product, however, should not be used with car seats or infant carriers.

Anyone interested in learning more about Tulatoo’s kids seatbelt pillow should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

 

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