Who invented the infant car seat?

Answer Bertil Aldman

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Who invented the first infant car seat?

The modern child safety seat was invented in the 1960s by Swedish professor Bertil Aldman of Chalmers University. He observed astronauts in the Gemini space capsule, and used that idea to help bett... Read More »

A car that can hold a booster regular car seat and an infant car seat anything out there that can do that?

I don't think you can purchase something which will serve as a booster seat AND an infant car seat in one, if that's the thing you are after. It is possible to use two seats in one car though, jus... Read More »

How to Buy an Infant Car Seat?

Driving a vehicle is inherently dangerous, even for the most skilled and cautious of drivers, because there exist many risks outside of the driver's control. For example, even when you obey every t... Read More »

Does an infant need a seat on an airline flight?

Infants, and children under the age of 2, are not required to have a confirmed seat on airline flights and can travel on the lap of an adult. It is strongly recommended that you purchase an additio... Read More »