Booster seat Sentence Examples
It can convert to a belt position booster seat by removing the harness for larger children.
The child should ride in a booster seat until he is 4 feet, 9 inches tall, generally between the ages of 8 and 12.
Trying to fit two child seats and one booster seat across the rear squab is impossible.
Both the booster seat and the child are restrained by the adult seat belt.
Until your child has grown considerably, you should not place her in a booster seat.Advertisement
You will find that most car seat manufacturers recommend waiting until your child is 40 pounds before using just a booster seat.
Most states are working on tougher car seat standards, focusing on pushing legislation to require a car booster seat through age 8 and 80 pounds.
If your child is ready for the next step in car seats, take some time to look at the Graco High Back Booster Seat as one of your choices.
Some offer bells and whistles while others are simply a booster seat.
The Graco High Back Booster Seat offers many features that both parents and children love.Advertisement
If your child is too old for a high chair, but not big enough to sit at the table like an adult, the First Years Chair Protector Booster Seat may be the answer.
This booster seat offers a sophisticated looking solution to meal time.
However, toddlers and preschoolers still have a hard time reaching the table and need a booster seat to prop them up for easy meal time.
The First Years Chair Protector Booster seat is an easy to use booster seat that also covers the chair.
A three inch cushion is hidden under an easy to clean fabric cover, so your child won't feel like she is sitting on a regular booster seat.Advertisement
This booster seat and cover is the winner of iParenting Media Award.
When a child has outgrown his or her five-point harness car seat, the time is right to make the switch to a booster seat.
Proper use of a booster seat can reduce the rate injury to children ages 4-7 years by as much as 59 percent.
A booster seat aligns your child with the seat belt, creating a better fit and reducing the chance of injury.
State laws vary based on when to stop using a car or booster seat for your child.Advertisement
While most states require your child to remain in a child restraining booster seat or car seat until at least the age of 7, some states only mandate six years or less.
The state of Wyoming is the only state at this time to require the child to remain in the booster seat until age 8.
Some car seats convert from an infant seat to a toddler and finally to a booster seat that can carry children to a weight of as much as 100 pounds.
While state laws vary, the evidence and recommendations are clear; keep your child in a booster seat until he or she reaches a height of at least 4 feet 9 inches to help prevent injuries in a car crash.
For example, a high chair can become a booster seat that pulls up to the table once it's time to take the tray away.Advertisement