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How To Install A Convertible Car Seat And Make Your Children Sit In Them?

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To make sure that your child is properly seated in the convertible car seat, you must take into account the type of seat used and the orientation of the seat in relation to the vehicle. You should check out reviews of best convertible car seats consumer reports to find a child car seat that can be installed easily and accommodate your child in any position. The period of use of car seats is separated into three consecutive phases, which begin when the child is born.

Phase 1

Types of seats: Infant seat (or shell), infant seat or convertible seat used as an infant seat or as a child seat

Orientation: Towards the rear of the vehicle

The harness straps should pass through the slots in the seat back at the same height as your child's shoulders or slightly lower.

The chest clip that connects the two straps should be positioned at armpit height, in the middle of your child's chest.

The straps should be tight as close to your child's body as possible. Do not leave more than the thickness of a finger between the straps and your child.

During the first month of life, it is best not to make trips of more than an hour with your newborn baby. If you absolutely have to take a long trip, frequent breaks are recommended. Newborns have little tone and quickly sag in their seat, which can interfere with their breathing. Breaks are a way to get your newborn out of their seat and get them moving.

Phase 2

Types of seats: Child seat or convertible seat used as a child seat

Orientation: Towards the front of the vehicle

Attach the tether strap on the top of the seatback to the anchor bolt that is attached to the vehicle. This bolt is usually located behind the back seat.

The harness straps should pass through the slots in the seat back at the same height as your child's shoulders or slightly higher.

The chest clip that connects the two straps should be positioned at armpit height, in the middle of your child's chest.

The straps should be tight as close to your child's body as possible. Do not leave more than the thickness of a finger between the straps and your child.

Phase 3

Types of seats: Booster seat (or booster) or convertible seat used as a booster seat

Orientation: Towards the front of the vehicle

These two types of seat are used to raise your child so that the seat belt goes in the right places to protect him in the event of an accident.