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Keeping a kid in a car seat is risky business for a lot of parents, especially those with children who follow their own internal orders better than any parental directives. Sometimes the best response is to change the environment and remove the possibility of misbehavior, and Angel Guard offers one way to do just that.

From the site, you can find out about a plastic cap that slips over the latch on your child's car seat, removing that tempting unlatch button from sight and from easy opening. When you do want to get your child out, you can lift up the sides and remove the cap easily. The product was created by a parent whose three-year-old learned how fun it is to push a red button and roam freely about the vehicle.

Some kids, our little wizards, will figure out how to overcome even a safeguard like this one and still make their escape. But for kids who are easily distracted, or easily frustrated by small setbacks, this could be just the item you need to gain a little automotive peace. Visit the site, watch the commercial and read the description, and if it looks like something you've been looking for, follow the links to online sources that sell it.

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