Once your child starts to get bigger, you need to look into car booster seats. These are the best way to keep your child safe during that awkward transition period. Once a child is too big for a car seat, they need to be moved out of it. The problem is that they cannot just be put onto the seat of the vehicle. This is where a booster seat comes in.
Car booster seats sit right on the seat of the vehicle and are not attached to it by any buckles. Booster seats also do not have straps of their own. The vehicle’s shoulder and lap belts are used to hold the child in and keep them safe. But this does mean that your child needs to be at least 30 – 40 pounds before they can use one of these seats.
There are many different designs that booster seats come in, and some are fancier than others. Some are just a seat and armrests, while others also have backs and padding for your child’s head. To learn more about the styles available, check out our selection. This may give you a better idea of what you need.