Before we learned that there are many types of car child seats, how do we choose car child seats? For those who want to know, let's take a look at an introduction on how to choose a child car seat.
How to choose a child car seat? Introduction to Method
①According to age groups of children to choose from
For infants under 1 year of age, a rear-facing child seat should be chosen as child's head is relatively heavy and cartilage and ligaments of neck are relatively fragile. spine to prevent injury.
Children aged 1 to 3 can choose a rear-facing child seat or a forward-facing child seat, but it is better to choose a rear-facing child seat as it is safer.
Children over 3 years of age should be given more room to move as their bodies are larger and more active. They should choose a forward-facing reclining child seat.
②Choose according to body type of child
Children have an obese and lean body shape, and there are certain differences in weight. There are many types of child safety seats, and it is necessary to choose a child safety seat that is comparable to shape of child's body so that child can ride comfortably.
③According to car seat compatibility
Purchasing and Purchasing The child seat you choose should match car seat so that it can be easily installed. There is usually a list of relevant models on car seat (or in instruction manual) that can be compared with purchase. To be sure, it's best to go there when you buy seat and install it on car seat on site to see if it fits.