d) Booster seats: Capable of holding a child of 30 to 100 pounds these booster seats are for cars without a head or a high back. But children should not be moved from a full harness to a booster seat unless they of the minimum weight and height permitted by the manufacturer. Choosing booster seats is also a good idea if your child usually falls asleep in the seat, or if the seat belt still does not properly fit with a backless booster.
Some car seats are roughly made and it will show in the craftsmanship. Rough edges and tough padding will make travel uncomfortable for your child. It would be best to find seats with a comfortable build. Padding that is soft yet firm is an added bonus. Make sure there are no sharp edges around and within the seat area. This could cause a bruising or gouging hazard so keep all those edges blunt.
Certain seats and international carriers make traveling by air a lot easier for parents and also take care of infants and babies. Laws for airline baby travel differ from one country to the other. Some European carriers do not allow infants and small babies to travel in rear-facing car seats on airplanes at all. New born babies and infants under the age of 6 months can be taken on board and carried in the lap in their parents arms.
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