How do you loosen the straps on a car seat?

If you find that you don’t have enough slack in the harness to be able to reach the crotch buckle, loosen the harness by pushing down on the harness release button. This releases the tension so that you can pull on the harness to loosen it. To tighten most seats, simply pull on the harness adjuster strap.

Can I use a booster seat with a lap strap?

A booster seat (by definition) cannot be used with a lap belt only. You need a seat with a 5-point harness, which means the Britax Marathon (up to 65 lbs) or Britax Husky (80 lbs) – see the recent question about a harnessed seat for a larger child!

Can you use convertible car seat with Stroller?

Convertible car seats will not click into a stroller. Its a travel system you want which its a infant car seat that click into them. Not all infant car seats click into all strollers which is why most if not all travel system strollers are sold with the matching car seat that does safety click into the stroller.

How to install infant car seat?

To install the car seat base,set the base in the middle seat of the car as shown.

  • Use the vehicle’s seatbelt to secure the car seat base to the vehicle. All car seats have a “path” to thread the seatbelt through.
  • Lock the seatbelt. This is achieved by pulling the seatbelt all the way out. Once it’s all the way out,allow it to retract back.
  • Tighten the seatbelt by placing one hand on the car seat base and holding the seat belt shoulder strap with the other hand.
  • Check the base for slack. The base should not move when wiggled more than an inch at the seat belt path.
  • The most crucial step in this process is to make sure that the car seat base is tight when buckled and does not move more than an inch.
  • Lastly,install the car seat in to the base using the “click connect” system.
  • Dress the infant in tight fitting clothing. During the winter months,make sure the infant is not wearing any bulky clothing,but place a warm jacket next to
  • Can carseats touch the seat?

    Some rear-facing car seats cannot make contact with the vehicle seat in front of them because the vehicle manual forbids it. But, if neither the car seat manual nor the vehicle manual expressly forbids it, your car seat can lightly touch the vehicle seat in front of it.