Booster seats come with a back or backless. Smaller children will find the model with a back a better fit. The whole idea here is to elevate or boost the child so that they can safely use the seat belts that are installed in the car. Boosters do not have their own harnesses.
Stay away from second-hand car seats as they could already be damaged or worn out. This will compromise your child's safety, so it is best to refrain from even considering such equipment.
They grow up so fast don't they? It seems like yesterday your kid was in an infant carrier and then the rear facing seat and now he's in a forward facing seat and expressing his independence about wanting to ride like the big people. Well his desire to be free of the car seat, coupled with the fact that he has now outgrown it, means you're in the market for a car seat booster.
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