Are Britax car seats FAA certified?

Answer Only some Birtax car seats are Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified, according to the brand's official website. A few models that carried the certification as of May 2010 were the Chaper... Read More »

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How long do Britax car seats last?

The length of time that a Britax car seat will last varies from seat to seat; however, all Britax car seats carry a one-year, limited manufacturer's warranty. This guarantee protects buyers against... Read More »

Fabric Options for Britax Car Seats?

Britax is the best-selling child car seat manufacturer in Europe, and has been in the business for over 70 years. Child safety is the number-one concern for Britax and the company has five testing ... Read More »

Is Britax FAA approved?

Britax car seats are FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approved. Britax formed out of British Accessories in 1939. They design and manufacturer a complete line of strollers and child seats sold... Read More »

Is the Britax Roundabout FAA approved?

The Britax Roundabout child's car seat is FAA approved for use on airplanes. You can use it rear facing for children who weigh 5 to 35 lbs., and forward facing for those weighing 20 to 40 lbs.Refer... Read More »