Car Seat Program

Appointment Information
Please contact the appropriate county to make an appointment:
Morton and Sioux Counties
Certified Installers:
Brady Weaver

Grant County
Certified Installers:
Heidi Peltz
Bridget Winkler

Mercer County
Certified Installers:
Heidi Moore

Oliver County
Certified Installers:
Contact Morton County Installers

Custer Health provides a safety restraint program.  To obtain a car seat, parents must attend an hour training session and proper fit assessment of your child and vehicle. 
One age appropiate car seat per child.

Fees will be determined by a car seat certified staff member according to the North Dakota Injury Prevention Guidelines.

Car Seat Safety Check Up Schedule

Mercer County
Call 873-4433 for an appointment 
Morton County
Stan Puklich Chevrolet:  Call 667-3370 for an appointment
3:00pm - 6:00pm CT
2nd Wednesday in January, March, May, July, September and November

Bill Barth Ford:  Call 667-3370 for an appointment
3:00pm - 6:00pm CT
2nd Wednseday in February, April, June, August, October and December


North Dakota Child Passenger Safety  Provides detailed information on car seat education.

Has your car seat expired, been recalled and requires destruction, or been involved in a motor vehicle crash? If it's time to retire that car seat, use these tips below:

  1. Use scissors to cut off the fabric, foam padding, and harness straps from the seat.
  2. Remove the car seat cover and any padding underneath it.
  3. Discard the fabric, foam padding, straps, and mixed metal/plastic pieces and small plastic pieces. Dispose of these peices separately from plastic shell, to ensure it doesn't get used again.
  4. Mark the plastic as expired or unsafe.

Our local child passessnger safety organization may offer periodic car-seat roundup and recycling programs. Watch for special events in the Bismarck/Mandan area!

*Please DO NOT try to donate or sell a used car seat. The idea that any seat is better than nothing is incorrect. The manufacturers set limits on their seats to ensure safety and quality, as materials break down over time and technology advances. If the manufacturer can no longer guarantee a seat will be effective in saving a child's life, please believe them.