As I have said in previous notes, not all seats are for all children, in this case, we will know a little more about how to correctly position the baby carrier or car seat for a newborn baby and the importance of why it is You must face the rear of the car for safety reasons.
The safest place for the child to travel in a vehicle is the back seat, where he must be seated in a safety seat, or baby carrier positioned facing backward if he is under 12 months of age or if his weight does not reach the standards. In the event of a crash, the rear-facing car seat protects the child’s head, neck, and spine. Keep the child in the car seat and in that position for as long as possible and according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
types of baby car seats
there are different types of car seats available according to your need and baby age you can select best fit for you.
Infant Car Seat (Rear-Facing Only)
Safety seats “baby” or baby carriers can only be used in a rear-facing position. These types of seats are designed to be portable and are generally lighter and easier to transport than car seats designed for older children. You can find them as part of the carriage or stroller that you buy for your baby within the “travel system”.
When your child is old enough to stop using the infant car seat or baby carrier, move him to a rear-facing convertible, 3-in-1, or all-in-one seat. These seats generally have higher weight and height limits for the rear-facing position that allows you to keep your child in that position for longer. If a baby under one year of age grows or is too heavy to be seated in an infant-only safety seat or baby carrier, it is recommended that you move them to a safety seat with greater size limits to travel in the facing position behind.
Convertible car seats
With convertible car seats, you have the advantage of using a single seat for both rear-facing and forward-facing positions as your child grows. Read the manual carefully, and remember that the child should continue to use the rear-facing seat until the maximum weight or height limit is reached before changing to the forward-facing position.
All-in-one or 3-in-1 car seats
All-in-one and 3-in-1 seats offer the advantage of using the same seat for the following positions: rear-facing, forward-facing with a harness, and booster seat.
Carry your child in the rear-facing car seat for as long as possible, according to the car seat manufacturer’s instructions. It is okay if the child continues to ride in this position if they are two years old or older and still fit in the rear-facing car seat. Be sure to check the applicable height and weight limits for that seat. That information is printed on the labels that come with the car seat and in the manual.