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Infant Car Seats
Safety and comfort is the thing that is upmost on your mind when selecting a car seat for your infant. Whether or not this is for travel in your car or on an aircraft you will want to make sure that the infant car seat you select has all the features you need to provide this safety and comfort you desire for your child and in addition has some features that provide ease of use for you.
Infant Car Seat Carrier
An Infant car seat carrier is usually small and has a carrying handle. They are used for infants up to 22 lbs to 32 lbs depending on the infant car seat manufacturer.
Please find more information on our site about recommended models of infant car seats:
Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Infant Car Seat
Evenflo Discovery Infant Car Seat
Graco SnugRide Infant Car Seat
Infant Car Seat Base
A number of the infant car seats are able to click into and out of a base that can be left in the car. This allows you to not have to install the base every time you travel. This is a nice feature because you can purchase extra bases if you use multiple vehicles.
An infant car seat base that has a level indicator will help you be more certain of correct installation of the base in your car.
Find a good deal on your matching car seat base at: Amazon.com, Walmart.com or Ebay.com.
Also check out Amazon's Baby Bargain Mondays. They have new markdowns on baby items every Monday.
Infant Child Car Seat
If you plan to use your infant child car seat during airplane travel then make sure that the seat you choose is "FAA approved".
If is recommended by American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that an infant ride rear-facing starting with their first ride home from the hospital and continuing until they are at least one year of age and weigh at least 20 lbs.
The type of infant car seat that your child will need depends on the size of your child and the size and type of vehicle that you drive.
Some very small infants fit better in an infant-only car seat.
Safety Infant Car Seat
Don't understand some of the infant car seat terms. Check their meaning at Child Seat Glossary of Terms
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is a federal agency that oversees infant passenger safety. Review information about safety standards and research about preventing injuries in the event of a road traffic crash.
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