Quick and secure booster seat install using 3 point safety belt A poorly installed car seat can be a danger to your child, so learn how to install a rear facing child car seat properly. Please refer to the User Manual or contact us if any doubt. Is the Easycarseat a safe enough booster seat?Parents often ask which of the numerous child car seats is the best car / booster seat on the market. The truth is, the best car or booster seat is the one that fits your car, your budget, your children and that you will use as instructed in the manuals every time your children ride in the car.All car seats sold in the U.S. or UK or anywhere in the world must pass the same federal or national crash tests. Some car seats may have extra features that make them easier to install correctly, such as built-in locking clips or non-twisting straps.
Easy inflation and secure installation!
Install with your car’s standard three point safety belt system on the rear seats.
- Use with standard 3 point safety belt
- 3 fastening buckles ‘tridents’ supplied
- Separate filling and pressure relief valves
- Includes auto-regulator for optimal pressure
- Seat belt strap holders
- *3 Easycarseats fit into 1 car*
The Easycarseat blow up child car seat may be used only on the rear seats of cars for forward facing travel. Only approved three-point safety belts with strap leading over sides and shoulder can be used for child car safety seats.
*Only if the car’s rear seats are equipped with 3 separate three-point safety belt systems.
Where should the Easycarseat (or almost any other child booster seat be installed in a vehicle)?
Safety car seats need to be installed in the safest location in the car you’re using. We recommend that children stay in the back seat until they’re age 15, based on the newest research that we’ve seen.
So the booster seat should be installed in the back seat.
The center of the back seat is generally the safest location in the vehicle for the safety seat. However there are reasons sometimes not to use that position.
So, the first thing is to look at that location and see if the booster seat fits tightly there, and if the 3 point safety seat belt system that you have in that location for holding the booster seat in is appropriate for the age and size of your child.
Because proper fitting is key in car seat safety, these installation helpers may add safety for some people.
However, even the cheapest car booster seat in the store, with no extra features, has passed the basic crash tests and is safe for your child when fitted properly.