Your guide to travelling with car seats in Europe.
Leverage is a critical piece of any car seat installation. Figuring out where to apply counter pressure in order to remove all of the slack from either the lower anchor webbing or the vehicle seat belt can be the most challenging part of an installation.
It’s not every day that we have a chance to send our team to international child passenger safety conferences, so when the International Conference “Protection of Children in Cars” popped up on our radar, we were thrilled to be able to send one of our EU admins to the event!
To understand how car seat engineers design their products, let’s look at the simplest elements of crash dynamics. We always remind our readers that it’s essential that every child be in the correct, properly used seat for their age and size; crash dynamics help illustrate why those factors are so important.
Britax offers a wide range of booster seats that are sold in Europe. With a retail price of around £170, the Kidfix II XP SICT is definitely one of their more expensive models in the lineup. However, for that price, it offers several unique features that set it apart from most other boosters.
The search for a booster seat with a tall shoulder belt guide is often a challenging quest. There aren’t too many models that go past the 21 or 22 inch top guide position, so when one comes along that has an unusually tall top position, we’re all ears. The Safety 1st Store ‘n Go Sport
Most of the time, we field questions from caregivers who have children in their care during in-person car seat and booster seat checks or via our Facebook Group. That proximity to the child helps us gather enough information to help those caregivers select the right car seat for their situation. But during busy travel and
At Car Seats for the Littles, we draw a pretty hard line around what we will and won’t review. Please act surprised when I say that 99% of the time, our reviews are solely about car seats. So when a product comes along that isn’t a car seat, and you’re seeing it here, that’s because
The RideSafer Delight Travel Vest is an updated version of the Ride Safer Travel Vest, which came in two versions: the RideSafer Travel Vest 2, and the RideSafer Travel Vest 3, or RSTV 2 and 3. While both versions were quite similar, there were some notable differences between them. Today’s version of the vest is
Cosco’s newest offering is a backless booster seat that comes in at a ridiculously reasonable price! The Rise retails for $9.99. That’s right, it’s less than $10! Let’s take a closer look at this extremely budget-friendly option. CSFTL Quick Stats Backless booster weight range: 40-100 pounds Backless booster height range: 43-57 inches tall Expiration: 10