How to know when to stop using baby carrier car seat
There is a wide range of baby carrier car seat options out there for parents looking to ensure the safety of their baby when travelling in the car. There are also plenty of choices when it comes time to move on to a child car seat, where a young child needs to sit facing forward in the car. The big question for many parents, however, is when is it the right time to move their child from their first baby carrier car seat to a forward-facing car seat for a young child. In this article, we'll be exploring the considerations and rules around this question, by covering a few of the most frequently asked questions.

Can parents use a baby carrier instead of a car seat?

It may be tempting for parents not to buy a specific car seat for a newborn baby, and instead, just put the baby carrier they use for their infant in the back of their car after using it to carry their baby elsewhere. However, there are actually rules to be considered around this, which can be found on the Hauck iPro iSize Car Seat which adapts to both a forward-facing and backwards facing position, so mean that as your child grows, there's no need to buy a new car seat. This is a perfect option for parents who are focused on cost-effectiveness and sustainability. Foryourlittleone offers a wide range of car seat options for your child, whatever their needs. Only the highest quality seats are available to buy, so parents can have complete peace of mind knowing they have made a safe choice for their child. We understand that decisions such as this one where you just want to make the best choice can be stressful, so we offer a six-month warranty on all car seat products in case it doesn’t meet your expectations, as well as free shipping on products over £50.
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