Child car seats are essential for traveling because they save lives. When you're purchasing a car seat for your child, you need to consider your child's height, weight, age, and safety standards.

From birth to two years of age, your child should be in a rear-facing car seat. Your child's weight should not exceed the limit specified for that specific car seat. From ages two to four, your child can use a front-facing car seat, but they must weigh no more than 40 pounds. From ages four to eight years old, your child can use a belt-positioning booster seat and should remain in the back seat of your car. Your child can be up to 4 feet, 9 inches tall.

If your child is eight years old or older, and 4 feet, 9 inches tall, they can use a seatbelt without a booster seat, but the seatbelt must fit correctly. The lap belt should rest on your child's thighs, and the shoulder belt should fit comfortably on the chest and not the neck.

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