Avoid moving your child to a booster seat too soon. It is recommended children stay in a forward-facing car seat with harness straps until they reach the manufacturer’s weight limit. A booster seat should correctly position the vehicle seat belt over the child’s shoulder, across the chest and hips.
Keep your child in a booster seat until they are at least 9 years old or have reached the height of 145cm (4’9″). Booster seats have weight limits that vary depending on the make, model and type. Choose one that fits securely in your vehicle and is appropriate for your child’s weight and height.
Types of Booster Seats (Pictured):
Infant/Child Booster Seat
High Back Booster
No Back Booster
Watch the video in the “Description” below to properly secure your child in a booster seat. Remember to always follow your vehicle owner’s manual and booster seat instructions. For more information visit: https://www.bcaa.com/community/child-car-seat-safety
Contact CCRR to inquire about seat availability and to make an appointment to sign the rental waiver