DULUTH, MN-- Duluth is once again holding free clinics, teaching parents the safest way to transport their kids in the car.
The educational series was on hold during the pandemic. But starting Thursday, June 17th, at Duluth fire station number four, parents can learn how to properly install a car seat and ask any other questions about safety.
The clinic provides assistance and education to parents and caregivers about car seat safety and the proper way to install their own car seats.
"We encourage everybody that has questions to please use this service. We got some really talented and educated car seat technicians there, and they would just love to share their knowledge, and we'd love to challenge them with some really good questions," said Duluth Fire Department Fire Marshal, Sandy McComb.
The clinics run every third Thursday of the month. They ask that parents and guardians sign up online first before attending.
You can find the full schedule and secure your spot right here, https://duluthmn.gov/fire/community-programs/car-seat-program/.