Car seats are very important safety accessories but if not chosen wisely they can be just the opposite.
For children generally over 2 years and 20lbs you can consider a car seat that is forward facing. A good choice at this time is a convertible or combination seat. This will act both as a car seat and a booster seat. Although they tend to be more expensive this is more than outweighed by the fact that one seat will last for 8 or 10 years. Make sure once again you choose a seat with a 5 point harness for additional safety. It is a good idea to choose a seat with a cup holder to help with those lengthier journeys.
e) Built-in (Integrated) Seats: There are some manufacturers like Volvos, Daimler Chrysler and Dodge which offer built-in booster or child seats as factory options. This certainly is a pretty idea but it does not mean that you should fold your arms and wait for the car to be delivered. Check carefully with the manufacturer to see what weight and height limitation they have.
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