Rear/Forward Facing Child Seats
4 Out of 5 Car Seats Are Installed
Improperly - Could Yours Be One of Them?
You MUST read the owners manual for the child safety seat as well as your vehicles owner manual to make sure you are installing the seat in the vehicle correctly. If you have doubts that the seat is installed properly, call the child safety seat manufacturer and/or your automobile manufacturer.
Forward/rear facing safety seats, often called convertible seats because they
can be used first rear-facing for infants then turned around after the child
is one year old AND weighs 20 pounds, are popular because the seat often lasts
the child until they are ready to graduate unto a booster seat.
There are many different seats to choose from in this category and the following information should not be considered complete by any means. Rather, these are some of the seats that we see most often at safety seat Buckle-up events.
Car Seat Information - Infant Seat - Convertible Seat - Booster Seat