One of the most difficult situations faced by newly made parents is traveling with a newborn. New born babies especially need an infant car seat, preferably one which has EPS lining and comes with a 5-point harness system to travel in vehicles. Some infant seats come with separate removable infant head and body support to provide a better fit to smaller babies.
The whole idea of car seats for kids is to provide them with the same safety as adults by adjusting their position in the vehicle seat to take advantage of the restraint system, namely seat belts. When your kid outgrows the child car seat he or she is still too short to safely use the lap and shoulder belts meant for adults. The solution, make the kid taller with a booster seat.
The next step up is sometimes a convertible seat. This seat can be used facing backward or forward. As a general rule, babies should ride in a rear facing mode until they are at least one and at least 20 pounds. Once your child hits that milestone, you can "convert" to a forward facing mode with the convertible car seat.
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