Booster Seats - Belt-Positioning Booster Seats
Booster Seat or Car Seat?
Parents almost always know they need to put their newborn, infant, or toddler in an age-appropriate car seat, but sometimes get confused about when their kids are ready for regular seat belts and no longer need a car seat or booster seat. Review this booster seat reminder so that your kids ride safe in the car.
Car Seat Inspector
Our Car Seat Inspector can help you choose a car seat and make sure that your child is riding safely in the car.
Belt Positioning Booster Seats
A belt positioning booster seat boosts child up providing a higher sitting height, which allows the adult lap and shoulder belt to fit properly.
Ready For Seat Belts?
View a photo of a child in a car's regular seat belts. Is this child ready for seat belts? He is clearly not, since the shoulder belt is across his neck and the lap belt in on his tummy, and should instead still be in a booster seat.
High-Back Booster Car Seat With 5-Point Harness
A high back booster with 5-point harness is basically a combination seat that can be used as a forward-facing car seat with harness straps until your child reaches the harness strap height and weight limits and can then become a belt-positioning booster seat.
Are my kids ready for seat belts yet?
My son is a very average 5 year old. He weighs 40 pounds and is 43 inches tall and thinks that he is ready for regular seat belts in the car. Can I stop using a car seat now?
Boost for Life
"Boost for Life" is the awareness theme being used for urging parents to use child safety booster seats for children in the four-to-eight year range. Statistics show that the majority of kids who should be riding in booster seats aren't.
Learn why most children between the ages of 4 and 8 years old, or 40 and 80 pounds, should still be riding in a belt-positioning booster seat.
Booster Seat Safety Month
October is Booster Seat Safety Month and it is a good time to make sure that your child is riding safely in the car. Remember that the majority of children between the ages of 4 and 8 years old who should be riding in booster seats aren't.