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How to choose the best car seat for your baby
Buying a car seat for your baby or toddler can be stressful and tiring. There are so many things to consider. Here are 10 useful tips on how to choose the best car seat for your child.
Instead of choosing a brand, style or colour you really like, it is important to decide what type of car seat is best for your child. As your child grows you will have to buy more than one car seat but with making the right decision you are likely to save some money.
Decide if you want an infant or an infant/toddler car seat, which is installed rear-facing for an infant and grows together with your baby until he/she reaches 18kg or 3-4 years.
Rear facing group 0+ CRS should be used until the child reaches 13 kg (or until the top of the child’s ears are above the top of the seat).
Rear-facing CRS should be used until the child is approximately 4 years old.
Make sure that car seat is the right size for your childs height, weight and age.
For infants make sure that the car seat has proper head support to prevent head from flopping to either side.
Make sure that it is easy for you to adjust and fasten, yet too difficult for your child to unbuckle.
If possible use Isofix connection, as it will reduce misuse.
Never buy a used car seat if you do not know its full history, car seats have expiration date.
Never use a car seat that has been in a crash.