How big should a child be to be out of a booster?

Answer 7 or 8, depends how tall/short the child is.

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What type of booster seat should you buy for your 41lb child?

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Should a child use a booster seat in the middle of the back seat when only a lap belt if available?

If your talking about the booster seat without a back then NO, It is not safe for the child to ride with only a lap belt.

When can a child use a booster seat?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advises that, once a child outgrows a standard forward-facing car seat, he should be placed in a booster seat. This usually occurs at the age of 4... Read More »

What is the age for child to be on a booster seat?

40-80 pounds as one of the nation's most important child passenger safety priorities. However, the majority of America's 20 million children who should be riding in booster seats are not, according... Read More »