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Monkey Tyz

Fits all: Safety 1st, Cosco, Eddie Bauer and Britax with new Harness Ultra Guard System. Targeting children between the ages of 18 mo. and 4 years old who unbuckle or play with upper restraint.


$29.95

Fits all Evenflow harness systems. Targeting children between the ages of 18 mo. and 4 years old who unbuckle or play with upper restraint. Not intended for infant carriers.


$29.95

 

Safety Statistics


According to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA) in the U.S, nearly 250,000 children are injured every year in car accidents. This means that on any given day nearly 700 children are harmed due to accidents on roadways. Approximately 2,000 of the 250,000 children die from their injuries. In fact, for children between the ages of 2 and 14, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death.Car accidents are also the leading cause of acquired disability (e.g., brain injury, paralysis, etc.) for children worldwide. The failure to wear a seat belt or use a child safety seat increases the risk of death by 71% for infants and by 54% for toddlers ages 1 to 4. The use of a seat belt, car seat and booster seat reduces the risk of death by 70%.Car accidents are also the leading cause of acquired disability (e.g., brain injury, paralysis, etc.) for children nationwide. And approximately 20% of the children who die in a car accident each year are killed in accidents involving a driver who is legally intoxicated. Nearly half of these children were killed while riding as passengers in an automobile driven by an intoxicated driver.The failure to wear a seat belt or use a child safety seat is a contributing factor in more than half of the cases involving children who die in car accidents. Not only is an unrestrained child a potential distraction to the driver of the vehicle, but also the failure to wear a seat belt dramatically increases the chance that a child will suffer much more serious injury and death.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), at least 72% of the 3,500 observed child vehicle safety restraints were being used incorrectly. When that happens, the risk that the child will suffer an injury or more severe injury rises even more. NHTSA estimates that a properly installed and used child safety seat lowers a child’s risk of death by 71% for infants and by 54% for toddlers ages 1 to 4.
Every state requires the use of approved child safety seats for children under the age of 5. According to NCSA there is only a 90% compliance rate with respect to using approved safety seats for children under this age. Notably, a recent study found that a key factor influencing the increased risk of harm to children in accidents is when the child is prematurely moved from a child restraint system up to an adult seat and then allowed to sit in the front seat too soon (source: Partners for Child Passenger Safety Fact and Trend Report, 2006.)
If we only save ONE life, we have succeeded in preserving the future.

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Our Mission is to create value for customers by preventing injuries, saving lives, reducing traffic violations and preventing frustration among the child care providers that use Monkey Tyz.
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How It Works


GP Designs, LLC has a strong founding team. Our Primary advisor, Gayleen Pellicano, brings over 10 years of being a mother to three active boys to the board. She understands the daily challenges that car seats and children bring to a moving vehicle. Monkey Tyz is invented by a mom for moms with the goal of helping keep your monkey safe.