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Baby car seat def

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  • 1. Question: What is a Baby Car Seat?Answer: A baby car seat is designed to fit babies from birth to about 20 pounds, and is madeto face only the rear of the vehicle. Most baby car seats have a carrier handle so that the carseat can be easily removed from the car. Many modern baby car seats have a stay-in-carbase, and the car seat itself clicks in and out of the base for convenience, instead of bucklingthe actual car seat into the vehicle.The key thing to remember with baby car seats is that they cannot be installed in a vehicleforward-facing. Babies should ride rear-facing until they are at least one year old and weighat least 20 pounds, and these car seats are designed to reflect that recommendation. Somenewer baby car seats have a higher weight limit, up to 30 pounds, to allow heavier infants tostay safely rear-facing until at least one year of age.Baby car seats are also known as infant-only car seats, infant carrier car seats, or, lesscommonly, baby bucket car seats.

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