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Group 0+ and 1 Car Seats. Suitable for Babies upto 18kg. Birth to 4 years approximately. Ideal car seats if you do not have to constantly remove them from car to car or car to home. They are a much larger seat designed to protect your baby from newborn to 4 years approximately. The car seat is used rearward facing when using for a baby up to 9kgs. The car seat can be used forward facing once the baby has reached 9 to 13kg weight. Baby does not have to be forward facing until they are 13 kgs. It is important to check that this style of child car seat is compatible with your vehicle when fitted forward AND rearward facing. You must never leave baby asleep unattended in any car.
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.
Baby car seats come with many different features; some for safety and some for convenience. And. some are just plain frills. Here are some features that you should consider before you buy: Reclining Positions. Some of the convertible car seats come with as many as 5 reclining positions. When your child naps in the car and is forward facing then the multiple adjustments can keep smaller children correctly inclined. When rear-facing the seat should be adjusted to a proper angle in order to keep your baby`s airway clear.
Babies should be in a rearward facing car seat and should not be placed in a forward-facing seat until they weigh at least 9 kgs and can sit up unaided. Babies should be kept in a rearward-facing seat for as long as possible. Once your child is above the maximum weight for a rearward-facing seat or the top of their head is above the top of the seat they should be moved into a forward-facing seat. It is not important if their knees are bent in the seat. provided they are still within the seat`s weight range.