Car Seat Shopping Guide


There's only one way to take baby home from the hospital, and that is in an infant-safe car seat. Hospital will not release the baby if parents don't have a car seat while you pick your child. Therefore, car seat is the most important item for your baby.
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Car Seat Shopping Guide

Forward-Facing Seats - Stage 2

Forward-facing car seats are for older children with stronger back and neck muscles. As long as your child fits within the weight and height ranges of his or her rear-facing car seat and fits the car seat properly, it is best to keep your child rear-facing as long as possible. Published: Thursday 01 September, 2016
Car Seat Shopping Guide

Rear-Facing Car Seats (Stage 1)

Babies have large heads and weak necks. The car seats are angled backwards because babies need extra support while riding in a car. A rear-facing car seat will support your baby’s neck in a sudden stop or crash. Published: Thursday 01 September, 2016
Car Seat Shopping Guide

BC laws for child passengers

Keeping our children safe In British Columbia, drivers must ensure that all children under the age of 16 are correctly restrained when in a vehicle. The type of child car seat you should use depends on the age, height and weight of your child. Birth to at least one year and 9 kg (20 lbs) Published: Monday 04 July, 2016

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