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Decoding the 3-in-1 car seat

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Many parents get fooled when buying a 3-in-1 car seat, thinking that all 3-in-1’s are the same. This is unfortunately NOT TRUE!

There are 2 types of 3-in-1 car seats – and knowing how they differ is critically important. The key differences is that one type (what we’re calling Option A) can be a dreams essay paper university essay correction https://shepherdstown.info/conclusion/graduate-business-school-essay-examples/17/ https://dnaconnexions.com/last/viagra-causes-diarrhea/25/ see source https://themauimiracle.org/bonus/ambien-after-percocet/64/ autobiography essay for college sample how to write a self-assessment reflective essay for social work watch enter https://mjr.jour.umt.edu/admission/journalism-application-essay/1/ 3rd presidential debate essay https://dianegottlieb.com/education/essay-on-a-cold-winter-night/93/ go to link https://pinnacle.berea.edu/where/does-viagra-have-taste/50/ follow link essay on macbeths source site list of rejected upcat essay questions follow go here here https://zacharyelementary.org/presentation/essay-on-changing-methods-of-teaching-in-india/30/ https://willcoxwinecountry.org/linkedin/movie-movies/47/ how to write a word document on my ipad source link viagra kupitj why oregon essay law school https://doceremedspa.com/mgpills/sildenafil-la-sante/86/ essays on stoicism go to link rear-facing car seat while the other variety (Option B) is ONLY forward-facing.

It is also very important to know that the height, weight and age minimums & maximums for each of the 3 modes are almost never the same. What this means is that a 3-in-1 may go forward-facing with the 5-point harness to 40 pounds, and then become a high back booster until 80 pounds, and then a backless booster until 100 pounds. Too often we see parents buy this type of 3-in-1 for 40+ pound 3-year-olds expecting to keep the child in a 5-point harness for another few years – thinking the 5-point harness has an 100 pound weight limit – before changing to the booster mode… only to realize they got fooled as the 5-point harness mode was outgrown before they even bought the seat.

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Option A 3-in-1

  1. Rear-facing (5 point harness)
  2. Forward-facing (5 point harness)
  3. High back booster (vehicle’s shoulder & lap belt)

Examples:

Option B 3-in-1

  1. Forward-facing (5 point harness)
  2. High back booster (vehicle’s shoulder & lap belt)
  3. Backless booster (vehicle’s shoulder & lap belt)

Examples:

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