Regardless of a car seat’s price point, all car seats are safe when installed and used properly every time. Some higher priced seats have additional ease-of-use features or more padding, but sometimes, they don’t! Never feel that you need to go beyond your budget to keep your child safe.
What is the safest car seat on the market?
The 5 Best Car Seats
- Britax Boulevard ClickTight Anti-Rebound Bar Convertible Car Seat – Best All-Around Car Seat.
- Graco 4Ever DLX 4-in-1 Infant to Toddler Car Seat – Best Car Seat for Growth With Your Child.
- Chicco NextFit Convertible Car Seat – Best Convertible Car Seat.
Are expensive car seats safer?
There’s no evidence that more expensive seats protect children any better during a crash, but there’s plenty of evidence that a properly installed seat will protect your child. In fact, the risk of serious injury for a child involved in a crash drops to 1% if the car seat is properly installed!
What color car seat is best?
Light is better than dark!
The same applies to your child’s car seat. Try and avoid car seats with black/navy/dark gray fabrics as these will absorb more heat than lighter colored fabrics.
Why is Britax so expensive?
They’re expensive because they’re safe. Britax don’t build car seats and strollers to win consumer tests, they build car seats and strollers to be the safest they can be in real-world situations. Many competitors produce products that meet the standards required of them by law, Britax goes far beyond that.
What’s the most dangerous seat in a car?
The backseat is safer than the front seat. The middle seat is 25 percent safer than the back seat.
How much should I spend on a car seat?
How much does a child car seat cost on average? It really depends on a number of different factors, but you can get a good quality car seat for around $100-300 on average. There are plenty of great models available for tighter budgets $100, and some higher-end stuff over $300.
What is the difference between a 2 in 1 and a 3-in-1 car seat?
Thanks for your interest in our products. The difference between the Graco Extend2Fit Convertible and Extend2Fit 3-in-1 is the 3-in-1 offers a highback booster option in addition to the rear and forward facing modes of use.