Parents who have to travel often with kids, babies and infants are most concerned with their child's safety while traveling. Whether they plan to travel by car, bus, public transport, train or by plane, they look for measures which they can adopt to safely travel with kids.
These are some basics of the types of baby car seats but there are also some accessories to add. The federal law requires new car seats and most vehicles to feature a LATCH or Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children. There is no need to use a seat belt if both the child's seat and the car seats are equipped with LATCH. LATCH comes in rigid and non-rigid attachment options. Generally the rigid ones are the easiest to install but it also depends upon the car seat models and placement of cushions.
Based on comfort, choose a seat that reclines and that there is plenty of head support with a soft, removable pillow or cushion. Infant seats are rearward facing in order to provide better defense in the case of a crash.
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