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Premature baby car beds are used for transporting small preemie babies who can typically weigh less than 5 pounds. They may also have medical problems that could prevent them being able to travel in the seated or reclining position in a normal infant car seat or carrier. These preemie car beds typically secure to the back seat of the car using the existing car seat belts. but the method of attachment can vary model by model. so check with the supplier or manufacturer.
An infant carrier or seat is usually the first type of seat that your new infant will need if he or she is born at a birth weight of 5 pounds and above. and has no medical problems preventing them from sitting up while travelling. Some examples of best in class infant seats are the Graco Snugride range. the Chicco Keyfit 30 and the Safety 1st Onboard 35 Air ranges. Many other manufacturer`s also produce very good seats and all seats currently on sale have to meet US standards for safety.
Harnesses. With harnesses you have the three point harness which has two shoulder straps that come together at a buckle in the shell or a crotch strap. Your other choice is the five-point harness systems which has two straps over the shoulders. two for the thighs and a crotch strap. The five point harness system is more secure than a three-point system because the extra straps spread the forces of a crash more evenly across your child`s body. The additional thigh and crotch straps help prevent the child from sliding out of the harness when a crash occurs.
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.