Rear Facing Car Seats

Types of Rear-Facing Car Seats There are two main types of rear-facing car seats: Rear-facing-only car seat that may have a 3-point harness or 5-point harness. Many models have a detachable base. Some models require using the base. Rear-facing convertible car seats have a 5-point harness. Rear-Facing-Only Car Seats Always check the car seat label … Continue reading Rear Facing Car Seats

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Why children should travel rear facing as long as possible

Children's bodies change as they grow. Different types of car seat and booster seats are made to support the child's growth. Note: Many child passenger safety body or organisation recommend children remain in rear facing car seats for AS LONG AS POSSIBLE and until they reach the top height or weight limit allowed by the … Continue reading Why children should travel rear facing as long as possible

Selecting a Child Restraint System

y3 types of Child Restraint System The BEST Child Restraint MUST Fit your child in terms of height, weight and age Fit your vehicle - as in able to get a good installation Fit your budget and household dynamics in terms of ability to use it correctly each and every time your child rides in … Continue reading Selecting a Child Restraint System

Choosing the Best Child Restraint System for Your Child

One of the most common questions we received from parents; "What is the best brand/model of child restraint for my child?" Our simplest answer is usually this: "The best CRS* would be the one that fits your CHILD and your CAR. And it must be used correctly each time". *CRS = Child Restraint System. We … Continue reading Choosing the Best Child Restraint System for Your Child

Time for a Change? When to Change CRS for Your Child

We were often asked, "How to choose a car seat?" "My child is now so tall, do you think we should upgrade his car seat?" "When should we change her car seat?" Choosing and buying a car seat or CRS (Child Restraint Systems) for a child can be an overwhelming experience for new parents. So … Continue reading Time for a Change? When to Change CRS for Your Child