When is a child ready for a booster seat?

Answer On One Hand: Harnessed Seats Are SaferThe American Academy of Pediatrics states that children should remain in their forward-facing car seat with a harness until they have outgrown it either throug... Read More »

Top Q&A For: When is a child ready for a booster seat

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 not use a booster seat in the back seat of a car?

The requirements are different in each country or region thereof. Check with a local citizen's advice agency or visit a police station to ask.

When can a child go from car seat to booster seat?

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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 »