How to Choose the Right Car Seat for Your Child

The factors you need to consider when choosing a car seat include the traffic laws in your state as well as the age and weight of your child. Infants will need a rear-facing seat that buckles securely into the car's existing belt system. At about nine months old, babies can have a more spacious seat that will keep them safe and allow them to enjoy the scenery.

A booster seat is appropriate for small children, giving them protection while also elevating them sufficiently to look outside. This same style will be appropriate for children up to the age, height, and weight requirements decided by your particular state and the car seat manufacturer. All seats should install quickly and work with your car's existing restraint system. Car seats can be recalled for safety issues from time to time, making it a good idea to register with the manufacturer so you can stay current on its status.

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