If I buy a ECE r 44 04 product will I have to change to i-Size within the usage period?
Can I use an ECE r44 04 car seat with an i-Size approved car?
Wait, there are i-Size cars?
For the child restraint (car seat) to be approved for iSize, its size and shape must fit within a set sized 'envelope' and the support leg must be long enough to touch the floor of all approved cars, even those cars with under foot storage (so support legs will be longer).
Can i-Size seats be used in non-i-Size cars?
Is an i-Size car seat safer than the ECE r44 04 car seat?
Some well engineered ECE r44 04 car seats have a comparible level of side impact protection to the i-Size seats, however there are some dodgey European seats out there that probably wouldn't pass i-Size.
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