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 main point to consider is the age of your child since there are seats designed for the years from birth and other seats for children from the age of 2 or so. It is important to note that age is not the primary factor. Height and weight are used instead of age because of the wide variation in the size of children. In general though a newborn will need an infant or baby seat, while an older and larger child will need a booster seat.
Although airlines and travel agencies never recommend parents to use special child restraint or an airplane car seat while traveling with infants, safety experts highly recommend that babies and infants should travel in a car seat on airplane, which is approved by FAA.
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