What is the difference between Group 2 and 3 car seat?
Group 1, 2 and 3 seats are forward-facing. The child uses the seat’s integral harness, or an impact cushion, until they are 15 kg and then uses the car’s seat belt, which secures the child and the seat. Group 2 and 3 seats are high-backed booster seats, although they can also be booster cushions without a back.
What do the car seat groups mean?
Car seat can be defined into specific weight groups. These weight groups are defined by the United Nations safety regulations and in the UK cover children from birth to 12 years of age. The basic weight groups are: group 0 & 0+, group 1, group 1-2-3 and group 3. Don’t they grow so fast?!
At what age do you change car seats?
As they do, parents using an infant seat generally switch to a larger, convertible seat anywhere between 9 months and 2 years, depending on their child’s size (bigger kids will likely move on faster), though they can opt to do so sooner if the seat is rated safe for their child’s height and weight.
Can my 8 year old use a booster seat?
Using a child car seat or booster seat. Children must normally use a child car seat until they’re 12 years old or 135 centimetres tall, whichever comes first. Children over 12 or more than 135cm tall must wear a seat belt. You can choose a child car seat based on your child’s height or weight.
Does a 9 year old need a car seat?
California’s Occupant Protection Law
Children under the age of 8 are required to be secured in a car or booster seat. Children who are 8 years old OR at least 4’9” may be secured by a booster seat, but at minimum wear a seat belt.
What age is 15kg?
Age Vs Weight & Height Table
|Month 12||9kg – 12.5kg||70cm – 80cm|
|Year 2||10kg – 15kg||80cm – 90cm|
|Year 3||11kg – 17kg||86cm – 100cm|
|Year 4||13kg – 20kg||92cm – 109cm|
Can a 6 year old ride without a car seat?
Children need to ride in a booster seat until the seat belt fits right, when they are at least 4 feet, 9 inches tall, about 80 pounds and 8 years old. What is a Booster Seat? A booster seat is made for older kids when they are too big for a car seat but not big enough for an adult seat belt.