New regulations have taken effect in Canada (more stringent safety testing and changes in ht/wt. limits). There are rumours that it will be illegal to sell or give away a seat made before 2011 (even though the seat could still be perfectly safe). However, I can't find anything on Health Canada or TransportCanada gov't websites that state this clearly.
I have a Chicco keyfit infant seat (purchased in 2011 but the seat was manufactured in Oct 2009) that I would like to re-sell in a few months. Anyone aware of whether I will be "allowed" to do this? Or is this just another case of the government "recommending" a course of action, but not actually planning to enforce it?
Does anyone know if the 2009 Keyfit conforms to the new safety standards? Chicco hasn't answered my inquiry - and I anticipate some sort of vague response as they would of course want you to buy a new seat....
Ethically, I feel fine about reselling my seat - it's an excellent seat, well taken care of and very safe. Just want to make sure I won't be breaking any sort of law.