What is the height and weight for rear facing car seat?

Each car seat has its own height and weight limits for rear-facing children. Most convertible seats allow children to sit rear-facing up to 35, 40 or 50 pounds. The height limit for most rear-facing car seats is that there must be at least 1 inch of room between the top of the child’s head and the top of the car seat.

What are the ages for car seats?

  • Rear-Facing Car Seat. Birth-12 Months. Your child under age 1 should always ride in a rear-facing car seat. …
  • Forward-Facing Car Seat. 1 – 3 Years. Keep your child rear-facing as long as possible. …
  • Booster Seat. 4 – 7 Years.

How do I know if my car seat is I size?

i-size Seats

  1. i-size seats are based on the child’s height rather than weight. i-size uses the child’s height to determine if the seat fits the child, rather than their weight. …
  2. i-size rearward-facing restraints are for babies up to 15 months old. …
  3. side impact test.

What is Maxi Cosi I size?

i-Size is a European car seat safety standard that was launched in 2013. The R129/i-Size car seat standard is the most up-to-date safety standard for car seats. What makes i-Size different from ECE R44? The older ECE R44 standard is based on the weight of your child.

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