Which is safest front facing or rear facing car seat?
front facing because if the seat is the wrong way how can you see out the window
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Installing a car seat . Installing a car seat depends on the make of the car seat as much as the make of the car. You should call the local State Police for assistance in …installing car seats. Hospitals offer assistance with this. If neither of these can help you, either of them will be able to give you the name of a group that can.
Answer . You can do anything. It probably wont be cheap though. Bring the car to a couple of different shops to see what they would charge. Usually the way the car comes o…ff the line is the way it is best designed. They will have to see if turning the seats around and rebolting them, will interfer with any other parts of the car.
Answer . According to the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) baby should be rear facing until at least 1 year of age AND 20 lbs, although ideally for as long as it's permit…ted by the car seat manufacturer.
Answer . A newborn in a car seat in the back seat of a car facing backward has the greatest chance of surviving a head-on impact without injury. Their head and neck are su…pported by the car seat, preventing whiplash.
Answer . I can't provide your answer, but I know who can. Stop by your local police department...they will be glad to help you correctly install your car seat, and protect… that "cargo" of yours!
I have the Graco Safeseat. It has been wonderful. Our daughter is 16 months old now and still comfortably fits in her rear facing seat. I am currently searching for a forward …facing. You can't be a very tall person and sit in front of the carseat. Not with any type. But it can be done...you just have to sacrifice some leg room.
It's not a rear facing car seat... only forward facing
It is recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that all children should ride rear-facing in back seats until they are 2 years of age or until they reach the h…eight and weight limit of their child restraints. When children reach the height and weight limits of their infant seats, they should be moved to convertible seats, but should continue to ride rear-facing for as long as possible. Some convertible seats have rear-facing weight limits of 40 pounds or higher. When children reach the rear-facing height and weight limit of their child restraint, they should be turned forward-facing in a convertible or another forward-facing child restraint. They should remain in forward-facing child restraints in back seats for as long as possible. Some forward-facing seats have weight limits only up to 40 pounds but many forward facing seats now go up to 65 and even 80 pounds. When your child is AT LEAST 1 year and AT LEAST 20 pounds. Think of Newton's laws of motion... an object in motion will want to stay in motion. If you get into a car accident and your child's seat is facing forward, the 5 point harness will stop your child's body, but not the head! It can cause paralysis, or even death. If you get into a car accident and the seat is rear facing, your child will be pushed into the shell of the car seat and there is a higher chance of your child surviving the crash.
a baby can seat in the fornt of the car at 11!!!!
One year AND 20lbs!! Rear facing is the MOST safe for babies, so don't rush it!!
not weight...age two
it really depends what state your in but it is just smarter to have it in the back seat
Can you put a rear facing car seat in the front seat No airbags in the car but my back seat is too small to fit the seat properly in California?
I believe CA state law requires it in the back seat. Call the CHP office near you to ask this question before you get a ticket.
Maybe, the baby have to sit... in the baby chair and in the back sit
NO we cant' actually do this