This photo shows an adorable baby boy sucking his thumb and clutching his teddy bear in a blue plaid booster seat. Laws vary by state, but in most states, toddlers who have outgrown their traditional car seat must ride in a booster seat.
A booster seat provides additional safety for children who have outgrown traditional car seats but are not yet big enough to use a seat belt alone. This blue and gingham booster seat features a three-point harness belt system and comfortable padding.
Bicycle seats provide a place for the rider to sit while pedaling and come in a variety of styles. Learn more about bicycle seats and find links to bicycle seating product supplier.
A photograph of a shiny scooter, on a white background, promises transportation for those with mobility issues. Climb atop the grey seat, and this shiny blue scooter will take you wherever you need to go.
Black and white picture of a bicycle, a two-wheeled vehicle with a saddle seat, handlebars for steering, and pedals for propulsion. The rider's hands are used to steer while the rider's feet propel the bike.
A recumbent bicycle features pedals that are roughly the same height as the seat and is ridden from a reclined position. Recumbent bike proponents claim these bicycles are safer to ride.
SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle. SUVs are popular for navigating off-road as well as in everyday driving situations. SUV accessories can include seat covers, floor mats, tow hitches, ski racks, and more.
A young woman in a red business suit sits in an office chair. Office chairs are an important part of any office decor, but they can also determine whether an employee is comfortable at his or her desk.
Former presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is running for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah, officially launching his political comeback attempt by praising his adopted home state as a model for an acrimonious national government in Washington.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Fri, 16 Feb 2018 09:31:16 EST.
"You can and should and must run for something, and you should do it locally," says Run For Something co-founder and author Amanda Litman.
By Emily Drewry, Forbes Staff. Forbes. Wed, 7 Feb 2018 17:27:00 -0500.