Mother Proof Joins Cars.com Family

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Mother Proof, a car-review site written by moms for moms, has joined the Cars.com family. You can find practical new-car reviews focusing on a car’s family friendliness at Motherproof.com. The site deals with familiar issues, like how hard it is to install a car seat in a given vehicle and whether it has easy-to-clean fabric, in-car entertainment options and all the other stuff that eases parents’ minds.

We’ll bring you regular updates about Mother Proof, but if you haven’t been there yet, there are dozens of reviews to check out.

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By David Thomas | June 4, 2007 | Comments (5)
Tags: Site News

Comments 

J

OMG! This is the kind of review that I have been looking for the whole time, they are down right to the point of how normal drivers drive in a daily fashion, not how fast a car in a slalom and what is the g in the skidpad.
Great job of having this, ladies and guys.

J

However, I am having difficulties in leaving comments there, because the "Motherproof" logo blocks the pic that shows the number alphabet confirmation.

j,
thanks for the heads up. We're working on it.

J. P.

Are these stay at home moms or part-time moms?

You can read all four reviewers' bios here:
http://www.motherproof.com/about_us.html

But yes I believe they are all stay at home moms. Although Working moms probably don't like being called "part-time."

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