Bebe Style Car Seat, Convertible, Group 1 2 3, 9-36 kg, 9 Months to 12 Years, Combination Booster & Child Seat, with ECE R44/04 Certification, Red
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Some carrycot car seats are suitable only for babies up to 10kg, which means parents might change to a forward-facing next-stage seat too early. Child car seats are designed to protect children's soft bones and vulnerable internal organs at each stage of development.
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A Group 0+ – suitable from birth to 13kg (around 18 months-2 years) – these can usually combine with a buggy to form a travel system and are also known as infant carriers
For minibuses, all children need to travel in rear seats (behind the driver) if a car seat or adult seat belt is unavailable. Children aged three or older must use a car seat if there's one available. If there isn't a car seat, they must use an adult seat belt. Some child car seats have a swivel base to help you put your child into the seat, as you can turn it towards the car's door. Others have a swivel base to make it easier to switch between rearward-facing and forward-facing. The degree of swivel also varies – some can turn 360 degrees, others turn 180 degrees. At Maxi-Cosi, we always recommend traveling with your baby in a rearward-facing position. That’s something you should do until they’re at least 15 months old. This is a view that’s been supported by experts and research, and you can read more about why we recommend it here.
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Get more advice on buying the right seat by reading our guide to 360 car seats that swivel. Toddler car seats and the benefits of extended rear-facing car seats If possible, try to buy your car seat from a retailer with a fitting service and trained fitters. You may be able to phone up and make an appointment. The store should also be able to take the seat out to your car after you've bought it and fit it properly there. Our guide on how to fit a baby or child car seat has more details.
Children are too small to position the adult belt over their shoulders and pelvis correctly, and their bones aren't strong enough to absorb the energy of a crash without affecting their internal organs. Child car seats are bought in two ways: either according to your child's car seat weight group or according to the child's height. So Group 0+ is from 0-13kg and an i-Size baby car seat is from 40-85cm – that's from birth to about 12-15 months old.