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A few manufacturer`s also supply seats that can suit a baby as low as 4 pounds in weight such as the Britax B-Safe and the Graco Snugride 30. These seats can be used if your doctor says it is OK for your low birth weight infant to travel home in a seated or reclining position. Always check with your doctor to get advice on the best travelling position for a low birth weight infant.
A quality booster seat will put the shoulder section of the seat belt over the strong bony part of your child`s collar-bone and chest and allow the lower strap of the belt to go across his or her hips and thighs. and not across the stomach or abdomen. When properly fitted. your child`s back should rest comfortably against the back of the vehicle seat (or the back of the booster seat. if using one). Your child`s knees should bend comfortably at the seat`s edge. The safety belt should also stay put when your child moves about on the seat.
Convertible Car Seats. Another type of seat that is suitable as an infant`s first car seat is the convertible car seat. This kind of seat can be used rear-facing from 5lbs to around 30lbs in most cases. and can then be converted into a front facing seat when your child has grown to the manufacturers limit. which is typically around 30lbs in weight or at approximately 2 years of age. Some of the best convertible child seats include the Britax Marathon 70 and the Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite.
All child restraints sold in the UK must conform to the United Nations ECE Regulation R44.03 or later version of the standard and must be clearly marked. Choosing a car seat that is suitable for your childs weight and height. Group 0+ Infant Carriers. Group 0: for babies upto 10 kgs (22 lbs) approximately from birth to 6-9 months. Group 0+: for babies upto 13 kg (29lbs) approximately from birth to 12-15 months.