Booster seats work in conjunction with your seat belts, they have no separate harness. Again the idea is to boost your child up so that he or she can safely wear the belts. Boosters are designed for kids 30 to 100 pounds and up to 57 inches high.
Check the seat for any irregularities in its design. Look for areas that are susceptible to breaking and wearing out. The baby seat should be lightweight and easy to manage, yet tough enough to ensure the safety of your child. Remember that the most important aspect here is safety. So keep a parent's eye out for any design flaws that could contribute to such.
c) Combination seat: can be used with a harness or as a booster. They have the capacity of holding children of at least one year or 20 to 100 pounds. These front facing seats often called as toddler or booster seats are changeable from a five point harness to a belt-positioning booster seat.
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