Which car seats are good for a 2 year old??
If your child is happy rear facing at two years old and you have a car seat that is suitable for their height and weight, there is no need for you to turn them around to forward facing. This is quite popular in some parts of Europe, and is called Extended Rear Facing or ERF. Below you'll find some options for both forward and rear facing car seats for two year olds.
Forward facing only with ISOfix and seatbelt installation.
The Impact Shield has been proven to be safer than a 5-point harness system in the highest European tests. The Original Kiddy Impact Shield and cushion is used for Children weighing 9-18kgs. From 18-36kgs, the car three point safety belt is used - the integrated diagonal belt guide with innovative lever technology keeps the seat belt in correct position regardless of seat height. The three-stage leg extension allows the seat to grow with the child and it converts into a booster seat.
Plus, with the RECARO Sound System and integrated speakers and optimal air circulation, the seat is sure to impress little passengers. A safe journey is a fun journey – for everyone.
Seatbelt or ISOfix/ Latch installation with top tether for front facing.
The Recaro ProRide Convertible Car Seat offers multiple safety features, such as racing-inspired side-impact protection, protective and comfortable PUR foam in the head restraint and a vehicle belt lock-off mechanism (forward-facing). With racing-inspired Side Impact Protection- designed to protect each of the 5 vulnerable areas of a child in a side impact crash (head, face, neck, torso, pelvis).
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The answer depends on a few things; your family, your child's physical capabilities, and your child's size. There's no set age, but most children will move graduate from the cot between 18 months and 3.5 years.
This is a question that we hear a lot at Global Baby 'My toddler is rear-facing, but he looks so uncomfortable, is it OK to turn him forward-facing?'.
Their legs are scrunched up, and their feet are on the back seat. I wouldn't want to sit like that, would you?