Houston, Texas (February 5, 2020) – Everyone knows you must buckle up once seated in a moving vehicle. It’s the law. But what happens when you are traveling with your kids? A few options might include: struggling with your bulky car seat (one per child) through the airport; paying an extra fee to rent one? or hope Uber has one (ewwww, who else sat here?), or perhaps you risk not using one?

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mifoldAs seen online: Each time you reserve a Budget rental car, be sure to request a safety seat for each youngster traveling with you. Child safety seats are about $13/day with a maximum of $65 USD per car rental. … Due to liability issues, Budget personnel are not permitted to install child safety seats into vehicles for customers.

mifold fits in a glove boxWe are here to tell you that there are solutions, ways to avoid all the above. Father of 4, Jon Sumroy invented them, and mom bloggers are talking about them. Simple compact and safe solution called mifold and hifold. The mifold grab-and-go booster seat is so small that you can tuck it in your kid’s bag!

mifold in a backpackDiscover mifold ($34.98) for yourself. It’s the perfect compact booster for all your travel needs, meaning no child ever travels unrestrained again. Even older kids love it as it’s so discreet. mifold is regulated for children aged 4+, 40 lbs. to 100 lbs. and measuring 40 to 57 inches tall.

hifold - adjustable high back booster seatA regular booster lifts a child to be in the position of an adult. The mifold booster does the exact opposite … instead of lifting the child up, it holds the seatbelt down and the patented design takes the seat belt off the stomach and the neck … it’s that simple. Both mifold and its new alternative hifold ($159) — an adjustable high back that weighs less than 10 pounds can be folded and tucked into a storage bag or slung over a shoulder. Both are engineered to protect children in a safe and convenient way.

AAA warns parents (and grandparents) that the biggest mistake you can make is to move a child out of a booster seat too soon. As an example, your 10-year-old might get into a rental car for the trip to the hotel but, improper seat belt fit can result in abdominal or neck injury in a crash or sudden stop. Yikes! For peace of mind, AAA says:

“…keep your children in booster seats until the seat belt fits them properly. Children should be able to sit with their back against the seat, knees bending at the edge of the seat and feet touching the floor. The lap belt should be positioned low across their hips and upper thighs with the shoulder belt across their chest and collarbone.”

_hifold-luggage-size-checkerThere are some families that prefer a highback booster seat. Enter hifold the fit-and-fold high back booster, and as Rave & Review mom blogger points out:

“Myth: Booster seats are terrible to travel with. Answer: False. This is basically what the hifold booster was made for. It’s so incredibly compact that you can wear it like a satchel. And, the fact that it is a highback booster is even more amazing that it folds so compactly. Throw one in the trunk just in case you’re transporting friends, put one in the overhead luggage compartment. We taught my son to fold up the seat so he can take it in friends’ cars and when he goes with grandma, and he really enjoys following the instructions on the side and back to get it back into folded position. If he can do it, you can, too. It’s really that easy!”

hifold is the world’s most adjustable high back weighs less than 10 pounds. Choose Racing Red™ or Slate Grey™.


mifold has wowed the world, literally. From Korea to the USA, mifold is the winner of 14 (and counting) international design, parenting and innovation awards including the prestigious NASA Tech Briefs Award! From more than 14,000 different product design ideas, the NASA Tech Briefs Award is given to help stimulate and reward engineering innovation.

hifold was also awarded 6 International awards within the first few months of it launch, including the prestigious German Design Award and the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval.

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To find out more about car seat options for your youngsters, visit www.mifold.com.

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