You asked: How do I choose a car seat?

At what age do you change car seats?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that most children are ready to switch from booster seat to using a seat belt alone somewhere between the ages of 8 and 12 years old.

What are the 4 types of car seats?

Types of Car Seats

  • – Infant Car Seat. …
  • Convertible Car Seat. Rear-facing or Forward-facing. …
  • 3 in 1 Car Seat. Rear-facing or Forward-facing. …
  • Combination Car Seat. Forward-facing. …
  • Booster Seat. Forward-facing. …
  • Built-in Car Seat. Forward-facing. …
  • Special Needs Car Seat.

Which car seat is the safest?

The safest place for your child’s car seat is in the back seat, away from active air bags. If the car seat is placed in the front seat and the air bag inflates, it could hit the back of a rear-facing car seat — right where the child’s head is — and cause a serious or fatal injury.

Are infant car seats safer than convertible?

These new results show that for kids around age 1 that convertible seats may provide some additional protection over an infant seat in protecting a child’s head. Safety outweighs inconveniences. … So don’t worry about waking your baby when taking him out of a rear-facing seat. It’s the safer option.

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