You don't install a newborn car seat. The only thing that you need to do with a newborn car seat is put the car seat in the back of the car and put the seat belts on and lock the seat belts.
If you are talking about a child's car seat the answer is yes. Just make sure the car seat is installed in the rear of the van. Children should never ride in the front seat.
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.
No it is not legal to put a baby in the front seat of a car.
Right before you place the child who needs the car seat in.
facing the backrest of the seat it is on
You should install the car seat several months prior to the birth of your child.
No. According to the CHP, you'll have to put the car seat in the front seat if the car seat cannot fit properly in the back of the extended cab.
If the car is only a 2 seater you can put a FORWARD facing car seat on the passenger side, but I'm not sure about a rear facing car seat.
Yes. Put the seat belt on.
yes---- you may put a baby in a car without a baby seat(capsule ) but you must not drive the vehicle