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 What is the law in PA for booster seats?

Answer you must be in 1 until your are at least 4'10 or 16 years old with a license
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Are high back booster seats safer than no back booster seats?

My understanding is that it's related to how the shoulder strap sits on the child and it may vary from vehicle to vehicle. The high back boosters generally have a strap holder that keeps the strap ... Read More »
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What Is the Difference Between Booster Seats & Car Seats?

Car seats have an internal set of harnesses to secure the child in the seat, while the vehicle's restraint harnesses are used to secure the car seat to the vehicle seat. Booster seats are designed ... Read More »
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Are booster seats safe to use in bucket seats?

Kids can get scalded by the hot water in the "HOT TUB".
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What is the age limit on booster seats?

Booster seat laws vary by state. As of April 2010, most states require children to be secured in a booster seat until they are seven and/or reach a safe weight or height limit for adult restraints.... Read More »
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