Its roomy backseat not only fit three car seats, but the pickup truck’s 43.9 inches of rear legroom easily handled space-eating rear-facing car seats too. This time, we tested the F-150 SuperCab, an extended cab with 33.5 inches of rear legroom. This truck didn’t fare as well, however.
Will a car seat fit in an extended cab truck?
For those that don’t travel with family frequently, those larger cabs may be more truck than they need. But for those occasions when kids need to ride back there, the short rear cushion found in most extended cab pickups can be uncomfortable and often prevents installing a child seat there.
What is the difference between f150 crew cab and extended cab?
Crew cabs are designed for transporting families, while regular cabs are designed for working. Crew cabs are longer. Extended cabs have two rows of seats that have three seats each. Crew cabs will have six seats.
Can you put a carseat in a 2 door truck?
You can install car seats safely and legally in the front of a truck as long as you do not install the car seat in the rear-facing position with an active airbag.
Can you put a carseat in the middle seat of a truck?
Since most toddlers and preschoolers are in forward-facing car seats or booster seats, they should be placed securely in the backseat of a pickup truck and buckled securely in place. Additionally, if your pickup truck does not have a backseat, your child can legally sit in his approved safety seat in the front.
Can you put a carseat in a Corvette?
You should never put a rear facing child seat in a Corvette because if the airbag does go off, your baby will most likely be killed. While it varies by state a front facing seat is ok if it is properly secured (remember there is no latch system in the regular C6 or Vert).