Car Seat Waiver Form

Please fill out one form for each car seat, car seat base, or booster seat you are selling

In order to sell a children’s car seat, please read, complete, and sign the following along with the attached Second-Hand Car Seat Checklist:

 

To the best of my knowledge, I am the original owner of the car seat that I am selling through Whoo Consigns and know the history of the car seat from the date of original purchase. The car seat that I am selling has not been recalled for any reason and meets all Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. The car seat also meets all the bulleted standards listed below:

  • The seat has a label on it with the date of manufacture, model number and serial number.

  • The seat is less than 5 years old.

  • The seat has a label showing that it meets all Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.

  • The seat has never been in any motor vehicle crashes (even minor).

  • There are no cracks, dents, bends or breaks to the plastic shell.

  • The metal frame and all other parts are not broken, bent or rusted.

  • The seat is of high quality and has all its working parts in great working condition; harness straps, either, harness clip, padding, seat cover, shield, bolts, etc.

  • The seat is clean and does not have any rips, tears, holes or stains.

  • When the seat is buckled, the locking mechanism works correctly and remains locked securely until properly unlocked.

Has the seat passed its expiration date? Or, was it manufactured more than six years ago?

No. Continue

Yes. Destroy the seat! It is no longer safe to use.

 

2. Is the seat labeled as meeting current Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards?

Yes. Continue

No. Destroy! It is no longer safe; do not use.

 

3. Has the seat been involved in a vehicle crash?

No. Continue

Yes. Destroy! It is no longer safe to use. 

Unknown? Destroy! The seat may have hidden damage.

 

4. Has the seat been recalled for safety defects?

No. Continue

Yes. Have the defects been corrected?

Yes. Continue

No. Destroy! It is no longer safe.

Unknown? Call manufacturer for help on how to see if recall has been repaired.

 

5. Are there any splits, cracks, bends or breaks in the plastic shell or metal frame?

No. Continue

Yes. Destroy! It is no longer safe to use.

 

6. Do you have the instruction book?

Yes. Continue

No. Order a new set or print one from the manufacturer’s Web site.

 

7. Does the seat have all its parts: harness straps, pad/upholstery, harness retainer clip, shield (if applicable), tether strap, LATCH connectors, locking clip, etc.?

Yes. Continue. You MUST refer to the car seat instructions to see if all parts are present!

No. Destroy—or obtain replacement parts from the manufacturer.

 

8. Are the harness straps worn, damaged or frayed?

No. Continue

Yes. Destroy—or obtain replacement parts from the manufacturer.

 

9. Is there rust in the buckle area?

No. Continue

Yes. Throw the seat away—or obtain replacement parts from the manufacturer!

 

10. Does the buckle mechanism fasten securely, remain fastened, and unfasten smoothly?

Yes. You may consider using this seat.

No. Destroy—or, obtain replacement parts from the manufacturer