Car Seat.Org - Carseat, Automobile & Child Passenger Safety Community Forums
Forums Home | Mobile Site | Search | Carseat Blog | Carseat Basics | FAQ | Store | Support Us and Shop Amazon

 

Making kids safer, one question at a time.  Welcome to the Car-Seat.Org community!   Motor Vehicle Crashes are the #1 cause of fatal injury for children and adults, age groups 1 to 34.   Selecting a safe car, minivan or SUV, plus correctly using child restraints and seatbelts may be the most important things you can do to protect your family.   Need help installing an infant, convertible or booster seat?   Looking for carseat reviews or compatibility advice? Need help buying the best and safest car seats for your baby, toddler or older kid?   No question is a bad one, so please click here to ask our experts a question and then join our friendly community of moms, dads, caregivers and advocates.   Thank you for visiting; buckle-up and drive safely!



  Contact Us to Sponsor a Top Banner Ad!  

Visitors are welcome to post a question anonymously, without registration. Please see announcement for more details.

Go Back   Car Seat.Org - Carseat, Automobile & Child Passenger Safety Community Forums > Safety Questions and Topics > CAR SEATS - General Child Safety Seat Questions, Help and Advice > Child Safety Seat Installation, Compatibility and Technical Questions

Notices

Child Safety Seat Installation, Compatibility and Technical Questions Discuss Proper Use of Infant, Convertible, Combination and Booster Seats, Automobile Compatibility, Three Across and Install Problems.


Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 04-14-2009, 05:11 PM   #261
munchkin
CPS Technician
 
munchkin's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 729
Blog Entries: 1
munchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authormunchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authormunchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2005 Explorer Sport Trac (pick up like Explorer)

Passenger - middle - driver

RF Marathon - RF Radian - FF Frontier
LATCh or belt - belt - LATCh or SBP belt




FF Marathon - FF Radian - FF Frontier
LATCh or belt - belt (recline down) - LATCh or SBP belt




Can also use the Frontier in Booster mode (although it is harder to do with it LATChed in, because you can't scoot the seat over) with the Radian either FF or RF (easier when RF).
__________________
Katie ~ expired CPST & aunt to
Kids: M ~ 9 years & E ~ 6.5 years & AJ 2 years & newbie coming 11/14!
Seats: Harmony NBB, Harmony NBB , and Marathon/Roundabout50

Last edited by munchkin; 04-14-2009 at 08:33 PM.
munchkin is offline   Reply With Quote

  #ADS
Car-Seat.Org
Please Support Our Sponsors!
 
 
 
Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: Car-Seat.Org
Age: 2010
Posts: Thank you!
 

 
Car-Seat.Org is online  

RECARO Child Safety – Child restraints inspired by decades of safety in racing seat technology.



Visitors are welcome to post a question anonymously, without registration. Please see announcement for more details.

Old 04-15-2009, 01:27 PM   #262
munchkin
CPS Technician
 
munchkin's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 729
Blog Entries: 1
munchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authormunchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authormunchkin is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2007 Ford Focus

Passenger - middle - driver

FF Frontier (LBP) - RF Radian - RF Marathon
All with seat belts and tethered.





(The trickiest part was buckling the Marathon in because the stalk is on the other side of the middle belt.)


The passenger seat can be moved all the way back , so if you switch the Frontier and Marathon, the drivers seat could go all the way back (just make sure you put the Frontier in first because of the belt layout).

Forward facing the Radian or Marathon would not work because the sides of the top of the Radian flare out too much.
__________________
Katie ~ expired CPST & aunt to
Kids: M ~ 9 years & E ~ 6.5 years & AJ 2 years & newbie coming 11/14!
Seats: Harmony NBB, Harmony NBB , and Marathon/Roundabout50
munchkin is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 04-30-2009, 10:45 PM   #263
Mama Jo
Senior Community Member
 
Mama Jo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Posts: 1,012
Mama Jo is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice AuthorMama Jo is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2007 Kia Sedona LWB, 3rd row

Vivo
BLVD - with seatbelt
Turbo

Not checked by a tech, but the BLVD's solid... and it's pretty hard to screw up a couple of boosters...

Ok, so it's an easy one. I'll try other configurations with my other seats as I have time...

The middle seatbelt in this is kinda of tricky to work with because of the 60-40 split. It would probably work best to put a Radian in the drivers side position (which I plan to do at some point) because that seat offers the least amount of room based on the placement of the seatbelts.

__________________
Mama to
DD - 9 yrs. - FN booster, Vivo
DS - 4 yrs. RNXT, RA50
Mama Jo is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-13-2009, 11:04 PM   #264
heyruthie
Carseat Crazy
 
heyruthie's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: NoVa/Wash. D.C. Area
Posts: 805
heyruthie is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorheyruthie is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

no pics yet (try soon!) but I just did my first sucessful 3-across in my Mom's 2003 (I think!) Honda CRV. It consisted of:

High-Back Turbo Booster (driver outboard)
FFing Scenera with seatbelt install (center)
High-Back Turbo Booster (passenger outboard)

This is probably just "3-across 101" for all you experts out there, but it was my first try, and I was so happy it worked! I did it!
__________________
Ruth--Mommy to 4: Dominic, 10; Jacob, 8; Joy, 6, Gloria, 3.5. My babies are growing up!
heyruthie is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-13-2009, 11:59 PM   #265
elle7715
Carseat Crazy
 
elle7715's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 663
elle7715 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorelle7715 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

Passenger-FF Radian, center-RF Radian, driver-RF Diplomat in a 2008 Chevy Cobalt. All with LATCH, but if the RF Radian in the center didn't have the new RF foot I would have had to use the seatbelt for the Diplomat. Still a good install. Can't recline the Diplomat as much as I'd like but it worked for the quick trips I needed it for.


overlap
__________________
Registered Nurse, BSN and Mommy to
A ~ FF in Recaro Probooster, 8
J ~ FF in Radian 80, 5
B ~ FF in Radian XTSL, 3
A ~ Keyfit 30, 1
elle7715 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-14-2009, 10:44 PM   #266
finn
Carseat Crazy
 
finn's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: New Zealand
Posts: 753
finn is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorfinn is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

I finally have a successful 3 across

1998 BMW 318i

Passenger - Britax Multi Tech rf (only place it can go) Sealtbelt

Centre - Safe and Sound (Britax) Protector Harness ff (for use from 14kg to 32kg with lap belt)

Driver - Nania BeWay Booster ff (harnessed to 18kg/40lbs then as a booster to 36kg) Seat belt





Passenger - Britax Multi Tech rf (only place it can go) Sealtbelt

Centre - Safe and Sound (Britax) Protector Harness ff (for use from 14kg to 32kg with lap belt)

Driver - Britax Companion rf, seat belt, without the base, there is no way I can get the base tight enough.

__________________
Chrissy Mum to : Ds Isaac(6) & dd Annabelle(2)
finn is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-14-2009, 11:11 PM   #267
Blondie87
CPS Technician
 
Blondie87's Avatar
 
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Oregon
Posts: 1,190
Blondie87 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice AuthorBlondie87 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice AuthorBlondie87 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

In a 2000 Toyota Avalon- all with seatbelt.

Radian XT RF, Keyfit 30 RF, and Vivo. - VERY hard to buckle Vivo. Judi *saw* the 3 across, but didn't check it.

Boulevard RF, Radian XT RF, and Vivo. - Easier to buckle Vivo, but still took some work..
__________________
Blondie87 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-20-2009, 02:18 PM   #268
Patriot201
Car-Seat.org Ambassador
 
Patriot201's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2006
Posts: 8,961
Patriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org Leader
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2006 Honda Civic

* Recaro Vivo (using seatbelt, of course)
* RF Sunshine Kids Radian XT (installed using seatbelt and RF tether)
* Graco Nautilus (installed using seatbelt and FF tether)

Two installed carseats are independently secure. This is a TIGHT fit, but it works.

__________________


“Nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected, unplanned by me.” ~Carl Sandburg
Learning to cope with the unexpected...
Patriot201 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-20-2009, 02:24 PM   #269
scoutingbear
CPS Technician
 
scoutingbear's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: California
Posts: 1,244
scoutingbear is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorscoutingbear is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorscoutingbear is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

'05 Toyota Highlander

KF30 (no base) driver's side, RF Radian, turbo HBB (it wouldn't work on the other side...couldn't reach to buckle

RF MA, RF Radian, GN (all seat leaned slightly to the buckle side of the seatbelt but were all independently secure)

FF MA, RF Radian, GN (see above)

Not inspected by a tech; all seats were independently secure
__________________
Karen
A: 10 C: 8 M: 4
Glad we bought a minivan. Filling another seat Jan 2015

scoutingbear is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-20-2009, 03:01 PM   #270
skylinphoto
Carseat Crazy
 
skylinphoto's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Callahan, FL
Posts: 990
skylinphoto is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskylinphoto is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskylinphoto is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

In a '94 Oldsmobile Cutlas.
22lb snugride, ff cosco scenera, 22 lb snugride

rf cosco scenera, GN, rf cosco scenera

all seatbelt (with locking clips) installs (no latch in this older car)
not checked by tech but all are great independant installs.



__________________
-Jessica. mom to :
Aislin (4-30-2006)..44lbs and 46.5 in tall. Boostered in a Cybex Solutions x-fix
Skyla (3-13-2008)..32lbs and 43 in tall. Boostered in a Clek Oobr
skylinphoto is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-20-2009, 03:17 PM   #271
brelza
Carseat Crazy
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Posts: 217
brelza has disabled reputation
Re: Successful Three Across thread

We have a 2008 Mazda speed 3 4dr hatchback. We can get 3 FPSVB in the back row since the middle seat sits front a tad.
__________________
Heather Mom to k-14yr 65.5" 105lb ;b-12yr 62" 95lb;r-11yrs 61.25" 76lb --seatbelts;e-9yrs 53" 60lb graco nbb s-3.5yrs 41" 37lb 2nd row FF TFP in 2011 Sienna...We made it almost 3 yrs RFing
brelza is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-23-2009, 03:43 PM   #272
Patriot201
Car-Seat.org Ambassador
 
Patriot201's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2006
Posts: 8,961
Patriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org LeaderPatriot201 is a Car-Seat.org Leader
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2006 Honda Civic



FF Britax Parkway
RF Sunshine Kids Radian XT (seatbelt/RF tether)
FF Graco Nautilus (seatbelt/FF tether)




RF SafetyFirst Avenue
FF Cosco Scenera
FF Sunshine Kids Radian XT
(all installed with seatbelts)



FF Britax Boulevard
RF Sunshine Kids Radian XT
FF Recaro Vivo
(all installed with seatbelts)
__________________


“Nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected, unplanned by me.” ~Carl Sandburg
Learning to cope with the unexpected...
Patriot201 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-23-2009, 08:54 PM   #273
skiersnowboarder3
Senior Community Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: MD
Posts: 709
skiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2005 Kia Spectra

nauti used as a backless booster, RFing radian, nauti with harness

The backless booster was really difficult to fit in. I had to compress the car's seat quite a bit. I haven't actually put kids in this combo yet. I'll let you know tomorrow how practical it is.
__________________
Mama to Madison Joy 1/12 #2 EDD Thanksgiving
skiersnowboarder3 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-27-2009, 07:23 AM   #274
emandbri
CPS Technician
 
emandbri's Avatar
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: St. Peters MO (burb of St. Louis)
Posts: 2,947
emandbri is almost a CPS know-it-allemandbri is almost a CPS know-it-allemandbri is almost a CPS know-it-allemandbri is almost a CPS know-it-all
Re: Successful Three Across thread

I posted these in another thread but I'll put them here too.

Van is a 2004 sienna. These are my kids and my two nieces dressed for my brother's wedding.

middle row rf marathon, forward facing radian, graco tubo booster.



back row

12 year old in seat belt, 10 year old in seat belt, sunshine kids monterey




This is my friend's car, I have permission to post the pictures. Car is a pontiac grand marque I think 91.

rf marathon, graco snugride, and parkway

__________________

Emily tech and mom to Jacob 16, Daniel 13, Benjamin 9, Elizabeth 6. Child care provider to 4 other kiddos.
emandbri is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-28-2009, 10:56 AM   #275
kirsty
Member
 
kirsty's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: uk
Posts: 70
kirsty has disabled reputation
Re: Successful Three Across thread

in a ford mondeo 98

britax hi-liner highback booster
britax elite
nania topo backless booster

the booster seats are really hard to buckle the kids cant do it them self i have to buckle all three in, even a 9 year old which feels silly.
__________________
T 14 seatbelt, T2 13 seatbelt, E 10 lbb/seatbelt, A 9 lbb, L 4 ff/hbb, S 2 ff, P 6 months rf, D 3 ff, J 1 rf, T 9 months rf and newbie in couple months rf.
kirsty is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 05-29-2009, 06:43 PM   #276
skiersnowboarder3
Senior Community Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: MD
Posts: 709
skiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

'05 Kia Spectra

FF nautilus w/ harness, RF radian 65, nautilus as backless booster

I do have a picture but it is stuck on my camera because I lost the cord and neither of my computers have an SD outlet. One of these days when I'm at my mom's I'll upload the picture.

The booster was hard to get into place because it just barely fit but once it was in buckling was pretty simple. Much easier than with the back. I would buckle it behind the belt path then put the belt in the red zone after it was buckled. I got the radian to fit between my seats so the front seats were almost all the way back. That was the first time I was able to do this.
__________________
Mama to Madison Joy 1/12 #2 EDD Thanksgiving
skiersnowboarder3 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-02-2009, 03:06 PM   #277
Pixels
CPS Technician
 
Pixels's Avatar
 
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Worcester county, MA
Posts: 10,169
Pixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org ExpertPixels is a Car-Seat.Org Expert
Re: Successful Three Across thread

2002 Honda Civic sedan

Driver's FFing Radian, seatbelt
Center RFing Radian, seatbelt
Passenger FFing Radian, seatbelt

All independently tight, and I am a tech.

It definitely was not easy. First I had to position the center seat, and install the driver's seat. Then actually install the center seat. Then get the passenger seat in. Trying to install the passenger seat before the center seat didn't work, and neither did installing the center seat before the driver seat. There was twisting of the female belt stalk on all three seats. The center seat was one full twist, but I couldn't tell you how many on the outboard seats. Probably one or two (but definitely not more than three).
__________________
Melissa, CPST and Mom to three
Pixels is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-02-2009, 07:09 PM   #278
skiersnowboarder3
Senior Community Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: MD
Posts: 709
skiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Authorskiersnowboarder3 is a Car-Seat.Org Editor's Choice Author
Re: Successful Three Across thread

promised picture
__________________
Mama to Madison Joy 1/12 #2 EDD Thanksgiving

Last edited by skiersnowboarder3; 06-11-2012 at 01:16 PM.
skiersnowboarder3 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-02-2009, 08:14 PM   #279
firemomof3
CPS Technician
 
firemomof3's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: NH
Posts: 5,039
firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!firemomof3 IS a CPS Know-It-All!
Re: Successful Three Across thread

My first successful 3 across
2006 Kia Sedona 3rd row bench
Graco MyRide ff passenger side, seat belt install
Parkway Booster center
Radian XT rf latch install

Not checked by a tech but both seats are rock solid and there is plenty of room for the parkway to be buckled.
__________________
DD1 10.5y/o seatbelt
DD2 8y/o 45" 52lbs. backless
DS 7y/o 51" 58lbs. ProBooster or backless
firemomof3 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 06-02-2009, 09:17 PM   #280
Carrie_R
CPS Technician
 
Carrie_R's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Central OH
Posts: 3,937
Carrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org LeaderCarrie_R is a Car-Seat.org Leader
Re: Successful Three Across thread

Not sure how much help this will be, but I'll contribute anyways in case it may help someone sometime.

97 Pontiac Grand Am

Century Ascend, Cosco Touriva (FF), Evenflo Express

All in harnessed mode, installed with seatbelts, no tethers (don't think there were any.)

Very, VERY tight install -- if you're going to try this (or similar) expect scraped up hands. I believe it touched the door on at least one side; I didn't know any better at the time. Someone with more experience may have been able to achieve a better install; I thought being able to close the doors was victory enough. We rode this way for about a year.


2002 GMC Safari

Have had many combinations of car seats in here -- just listing a few...

All installed with seatbelts, l/s-l-l/s, listed driver-middle-passenger.

2nd Row
Cosco Booster*/Evenflo Express/Snugride w/o base (may have fit with, never tried it)
Cosco Booster*/Snugride w/base/Evenflo Express
Cosco HBB/Snugride w/base/Nautilus
Cosco HBB/Snugride w/base/Graco Airbooster
MR65/Snugride w/base/Cosco HBB**

3rd Row
Apex/Scenera FF/Apex
Apex/Scenera RF/Apex
Cosco Highrise/Evenflo Express/Cosco Highrise
Cosco Highrise/Scenera FF/Highrise
Highrise/Scenera/Cosco Summit



To be honest... I find it hard to believe that any combination of seats couldn't be somehow worked out in this van. We have to do a bit of crawling under/around to get kids INTO their seats, and it helps to have kids who can buckle (or mostly buckle) their harnesses, but you do what you have to do. (Pre-reharnessing, my rule was that whomever wanted to sit in the "back corner" had to be able to buckle themselves.) Worst seat to buckle by far is the Scenera in the Apex config, but I think that has more to do with it being a RFing Scenera and less to do with the configuration.

*Not sure model name... high back booster that has no harness. Cosco or Dorel something. (Voyager?) We always called it "brown seat," ha ha.
**Not 100% sure this config is an acceptable install, due to the play between the SR and the MR, but I'm guessing if the psg seat can be moved forward, you could put the Snugride outboard and the HBB in the middle.

None of these were tech-checked, btw... I'm very much not a tech, but my car seats do NOT move once I've installed them.
Carrie_R is offline  
Reply With Quote
Reply

Tags
3 across



Support our Forums at Car-Seat.Org!

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may post new threads
You may post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


VISITORS ARE WELCOME TO POST A QUESTION ANONYMOUSLY, WITHOUT REGISTERING. It may take a couple hours or overnight until your post is approved and appears to the public. Due to recent spam attacks, this moderation delay is in effect until you register, confirm email and have your account approved. Please do not re-post your message if it does not appear immediately. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please also read our announcement for more details.

All responses are the opinions of each indvidual, who may or may not have relevant training or familiarity with your vehicle or carseat. It is your responsibility to read and follow the directions in the owner's manuals.  If you are unsure about information provided to you, please visit a local certified technician for a FREE CARSEAT SAFETY INSPECTION.  The best child safety seat is one that correctly fits your child, your automobile and can be used properly each and every trip. No registration is required to ask a question! Please read our announcement for details before posting.

Clek is a Proud Sponsor of Car-Seat.org
Kids N Cribs.com is a Proud Sponsor of Car-Seat.Org!
Nuna is a Proud Sponsor of Car-Seat.Org!
Graco is a Proud Sponsor of Car-Seat.Org!
'Britax USA is a proud sponsor of Car-Seat.Org
Recaro Child Safety is a proud sponsor of Car-Seat.org!
Maxi Cosi is a proud sponsor of Car-Seat.Org!
ThomasHilfen is a proud sponsor of Car-Seat.Org!

Please Support Car-Seat.Org with your purchases of infant, convertible, combination and boosters seats from our premier sponsors above.
Shop travel systems, strollers and baby gear from Britax, Chicco, Clek, Combi, Evenflo, First Years, Graco, Orbit, Recaro, Safety 1st, Diono & more!


About Us Support Car-Seat.Org Forums

All times are GMT -5. The time now is 10:05 PM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
All Website Content Copyright© 2001-2014, Car-Seat.Org, All Rights Reserved.