Rear-Facing Child Car Seats

Until 1 year of age your child must use a rear-facing child car seat when travelling in a vehicle. A rear-facing child car seat supports and protects your child’s head and spine in the event of a crash. Remember to never place a rear-facing car seat in front of an active air bag.

Rear-facing child car 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 Rear-facing Seats (Pictured):

Infant-only Car Seat
Infant/Child Seat
Infant/Child/Booster Seat
Watch the videos in the “Description” below to properly install your rear-facing child seat in your vehicle and correctly secure your child. Remember to always follow your vehicle owner’s manual and child car seat instructions. For more information visit:
Contact CCRR to inquire about seat availability and to make an appointment to sign the rental waiver