3 thoughts on “Booster Seat Safety

  1. A child can safely transition to a booster seat when the child is at LEAST
    4 years ancient, at LEAST 40 lbs, and can sit still (which most 4 year olds
    cannot). this means to keep your child safe in the car, you must buy a
    higher weight harnessed car seat with a taller top harness slots for the
    harness (when front facing, the harness needs to be at or slightly above
    the shoulders). The Graco Nautilus is a fantastic option- it has a 65 lb weight
    limit and an 18″ top slot.

  2. Many seats allow forward facing as late as 70lbs (also rules on height).
    There are 5 steps that must be met INCLUDING being able to sit still with
    the belt positioned properly. If your child cannot sit still, he’s too
    immature for a booster.

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