How old should a baby be to use the big kid car seat?
If by 'Big Kid' car seat you mean a front facing seat, my pediatrician says it has to do with there size, not there age all the time.
When transporting a baby in a car one must always have a current model car seat. It is recommended that your car seat be installed by professionals at your local dealership. A child seat must never be installed in the front seat. If your car has rear airbags the seat should be installed in the middle of the vehicle seat to avoid injury in case of an accident.
You can travel by car with a new baby as soon as they are released from hospital. But do make sure that you use an appropriate car seat for their weight and age. You should sit the baby in the rear (normally facing the rear of the car) as airbags in the front are dangerous for a baby if they are activated.
well in a matter of speaking, not on the front seat, but you can put them in the baby seats and secure it to the passenger seat so, you can keep an eye on your baby never put a baby on a normal seat with a seatbelt, if they slip through and bang their head, or are in a car accident it could cause permanent damage.
All car seats should be installed in the back seat. State laws vary some, but most require all children under the age of 11 to ride in a rear seat of a car. No child in a car seat should be placed in a seat with an active airbag. It jeopardizes the child's life. Children are safest in a car seat, in the second or third row of a car, properly secured.
Each baby seat is designed to be installed a very particular way according to its own procedures. I would suggest reading / referencing two documents: The baby seat manufacturer's Owners Manual The Taurus Owners Manual - reference the section for baby seat attach/secure points that are designed into the vehicle. See "Related Questions" below for more
Depending on the size of the car seat, it should be able to fit in the extended cab part of a Ford F-150. If the car seat is rear facing, the front seat may have to be adjusted/ moved forward to allow the car seat to rest on the back portion of the front seats. If the car seat is front facing, there should not be an issue.
Yes Yes, a baby must be secured in an appropriate car seat and air bag need to be deactivated. - USA It might differ from country to country, however in the UK it is legal to carry a baby in the passenger seat of a car provided the air bag has been deactivated. The law states... It is illegal to carry a child in a rear-facing child seat in the front, which is protected by…
If you have a child in the front seat of a car, you must ensure they are wearing a seat belt and that the airbag is connected. An unrestrained child without an airbag will be flung through the windshield in a crash and will die. The only exception to this is if you've got a baby in a rear-facing car seat strapped to the passenger seat. The baby seat must, without exception, be attached to…