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Trecker Fritz & Williams


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July 2019

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Safe Playgrounds for Safe Kids

Kids participate in many recreational activities that require an appropriate, well-fitting helmet. However, you might be surprised to know that if your family bike trip takes you to the playground, it’s safer to take those helmets off once you get there. Helmet straps can get caught on equipment or stuck in small openings. Safety-check the playground as well. Make sure it is right for your child’s age and abilities. Check for soft material under all equipment and keep a lookout for loose or broken guardrails. Click below for more tips on playground safety from the Centers for Disease Control.

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Choose the Right Helmet for Every Child’s Activity

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Kids are everywhere, wringing out every sunny minute of summer vacation. Bike rides, scooter trips, summer practices and games for every imaginable sport – there’s lots of fun to be had. With all of that comes the possibility for a crash or a fall that could cause a serious head injury. And that’s why You Should Know how to protect the kids in your life with the right helmet for every activity.



According to a new study in the Journal of Pediatrics, 70% of all youth concussions are sports- and recreation-related. 


Properly Fit a Bicycle Helmet

Watch how you can properly fit a kid’s bike helmet and help prevent serious head injuries. 



Is your kid starting a new sport? Check out these fact sheets for the helmets used in most sports.

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