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Old 10-25-2017, 05:08 AM   #1
jamessmith4152
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Default How do I Choose the Best Baby Car Seat?

In most countries, car seats are not allowed to be sold by manufacturers unless the seat meets a set of strict safety requirements. In most cases, you can be assured that any baby car seat you buy from a store is up to code; the seat should have a sticker on the side of the seat indicating that it meets, or exceeds, all current safety requirements. If you are purchasing a used car seat, this may not be the case.
If you drive a small car, or your vehicle has a small backseat, you may want to try installing the car seat in your vehicle before purchasing it to ensure that it fits. Baby car seats face the back of the car; if the back of the car seat is pressed up on the front seats of the car, or wedged between the two front seats, this can reduce the safety of the item. With a little research, you should be able to find a seat that will safely fit in the back of your car.


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