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What Type of Car Seat Should I Choose?

There are 6 main types of car seats and boosters to meet the varying needs of all families with children ranging in age from newborn to 12. Here is a breakdown of what the differences are so that you can find what you are looking for!

Chicco KeyFit Infant Car Seat, Encore

Infant Carrier Car Seats

Designed for ages: Newborn to Several Months Old


Perfect for newborns and young babies, an infant carrier seat has a portable bucket-style seat with a handle and a separate base designed to be left in the vehicle. Just click the seat in and out of the base to easily transport your baby to and from the car without unstrapping them first.


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Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat | Ride Rear Facing Longer with Extend2Fit, Davis

Convertible Car Seats

Designed for ages: Newborn to Toddler (Rear-Facing to a Minimum of 2 Years Old)


These are non-portable car seats with built-in bases that have two modes: rear-facing for babies and younger toddlers and front-facing for older toddlers and young children. They generally can be installed with either the LATCH system or your vehicle’s seat belt.


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Graco 4Ever DLX 4 in 1 Car Seat | Infant to Toddler Car Seat, with 10 Years of Use, Fairmont

All-In-One Car Seats

Designed for ages: Newborn to Older Child


Much like a convertible seat, an all-in-one also has a rear-facing mode and a front-facing mode with a 5-pt harness. What really sets these seats apart, however, is that they also can then transition to a high back booster and occasionally even a backless booster for when your child is older and reaches certain size limits.


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Chicco MyFit Harness + Booster Car Seat, Canyon

Combination Car Seats

Designed for ages: Older Toddler to Older Child

A combination seat is unique because it only works for a child who is ready to forward-face only. It has two modes: harness mode and high back booster mode. This means that you can secure your child in a 5-point harness system until they reach the max height and weight limit of the straps and only then transition them to booster mode.


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Chicco KidFit 2-in-1 Belt Positioning Booster Car Seat - Atmosphere

High Back Booster Seats

Designed for ages: Older Toddler to Older Child (Minimum of at least 4 Years)

If your child is older, no longer fits in a front-facing convertible or combination 5-pt harness, or is especially big or mature, they may be ready for a high back booster seat. These are great when you want side wing protection for your growing child, which is nice for head support as well as in the event of a crash and just to help establish boundaries.


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GoFit Plus Backless Booster Car Seat - Iron

Backless Booster Seats

Designed for ages: Older Child (Minimum of at least 5-6 Years)

Though best used only for older children who have outgrown the height and weight limits of other options, a backless booster can technically be used by any child who weighs at least 40 pounds, is mature enough to sit properly for the entire ride (no slouching, leaning, or sleeping), and for which the booster provides proper placement of the seat belt.


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There are 6 main types of car seats and boosters to meet the varying needs of all families with children ranging in age from newborn to 12. Here is a breakdown of what the differences are so that you can find what you are looking for!

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