If you have a child, you know all about the rules for car seats.
Once a baby outgrows a seat, it's time to move on to another one.
According to Consumer Reports, it's recommended that parents start using rear-facing convertible seats for their child by their first birthday to prevent head injuries.
A convertible seat should be rear-facing at least until the toddler is two-years-old or until the maximum height or weight is reached. You can turn the seat around after they have met those requirements.
Top rated convertible car seats:
- Chicco Next Fit is the best deal overall at $300.
- Britax Marathon Click Tight also got high marks for $265.
- EvenFlo Sure Ride for $100
- Cosco Scenera Next for just $45
Top rated convertible child car seats
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