Car Seat Recommendations from the AAP - Updated
Posted on 04 May 2018
The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated their car seat safety recommendations for families with tips, facts and reports.
The type of seat your child needs depends on several things, including your child's age, size, and developmental needs. Read on for more up-to-date information from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) about choosing the most appropriate car seat for your child.
Here is a quick guide on where to start your search. It's important to continue your research to learn about each seat you use.
The AAP Guideline also includes:
Car Seat Installation Information: Seat Belts & LATCH
Rear-Facing Car Seats for Infants & Toddlers
Common Questions about Rear-Facing Seats
Types of Rear-Facing Seats
Common Questions about Rear-Facing Car Seats
Forward-Facing Car Seats for Toddlers & Preschoolers
Types of Forward-Facing Car Seat Restraints
Installation Tips for Forward-Facing Car Seats
How to switch a convertible or 3-in-1 seat from rear-facing to forward-facing
Common Questions about Forward-Facing Seats
Booster Seats for School-Aged Children
Types of Booster Seats
Installation Tips for Booster Seats
Common Questions about Booster Seats
Seat Belts for Older Children & Adults
Using a Seat Belt
Common Questions about Seat Belts
Installation Help & Resources
With this wealth of information from The American Academy of Pediatrics, there is an easy one-stop resource for all of your child car safety car seat and installation guides.