Age 2 to 4 AND no more than 40 pounds. Use a forward facing child safety seat.
Birth to 2. Use a rear facing seat. Your child's weight should be no higher than allowed on the seat's weight limit.
Don't get intimidated. You don't have to buy the most expensive safety seat with all the bells and whistles.
Buying and installing a car seat for your baby can feel a lot like outfitting your auto for a trip to the moon. There are latches to anchor, belts and buckles to secure, weight limits to uphold.
Yet buying and installing a car seat can seem overwhelming. When you wander down the aisles of your local baby supercenter, the sheer number and variety of car seats can make you dizzy.
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Choosing the Right Car SeatWhy do you even need a child safety seat? Because it's an essential part of car safety. Child seats save lives.
The CDC says all children younger than age 13 should ride in the back seat. That holds true if they're in a car seat, booster seat, or seat belt. The reason: air bags can hurt or even kill young children riding in the front.
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Your baby's ageYour baby's weight and heightWhether the car seat meets safety standardsHere's a quick guide from the Omega Speedmaster 3511.50 CDC on how to choose a seat based on your child's age, weight, and height:
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You just need to consider three things:
Age 4 to 8 OR up to 4 feet 9 inches tall. Use a belt positioning booster seat. Always keep kids in the back seat.
seat you need and how to install it without driving yourself crazy.
Experts recommend keeping babies under 2 in a rear facing seat until they outgrow the car seat manufacturer's height and weight limit. A rear facing car seat will protect your baby's delicate neck during a crash. A seat's weight limits correspond to the seat itself. Some seats can go up to 60+ pounds.
After age 8 AND/OR 4 feet 9 inches tall. Seat belts (without a booster seat) are OK. But your child should keep using a booster seat until adult seat belts fit properly. How can you know? Check the position of the lap belt and the shoulder belt on your child. The lap belt should be on the upper thighs not the stomach. The shoulder belt should be on the chest not the neck.
If your baby is securely strapped in a car seat, his or her risk of dying in a car accident goes down by 71%, according to the CDC.
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Every state has different laws on children's car seats. Some states will fine you $100 or more for failing to secure your child in the correct child seat.
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