I have a 2015 Jeep Cherokee and we currently have 2 rear facing Clek Fllos in the back seat. I rear face both my 2.5 year old son and my 3.5 year old daughter. We are expecting a third next month and bought another Clek Fllo (with the infant thingy insert) to put in the back seat of the Cherokee, since it should fit 3 across just fine. I reached out to our local CPS tech at the local fire department to have her check the car seats for me, since I am almost 8 1/2 months pregnant and I wanted to make sure I got them buckled in as tight as possible. She told me that 3 across in the back seat was not recommended for my car or those car seats because she didn't think the seats should touch one another (which I had never heard before). I told her that the car seat manufacturer did not agree with that sentiment, as they boasted that these are some of the narrowest safest seats on the market and work great with 3 across installations in MOST vehicles (I know it doesn't work in all vehicles-but I felt 100% confident that it worked in mine-each seat was independently secured) but since she is the expert I asked her what she recommended I do. Buying another vehicle is not exactly in our immediate plans or abilities right now. She asked how big my 3 1/2 year old daughter was. I told her she was 40" and weighs 39 lbs. She said that not only did my daughter not need to be rear faced in her current car seat (which is NOT TRUE-the Clek Fllo will safely rear face up to 42" and up to 50 lbs) but that my daughter is CLOSE ENOUGH to the size and age for a BACKLESS BOOSTER SEAT, and that is what she would recommend. She proceeded to tell me that my daughter would be much HAPPIER in this set up than before... I thanked her for her time and politely went on my way. But I am upset that this "expert" would recommend something so unsafe for my child. Am I wrong in feeling this way??? Thank God that I know better and I am choosing to go against her advice, and I am keeping my daughter in extended rear facing position until she gets much bigger. I'm not concerned about how "HAPPY" my daughter is in her current car seat and position. I am much more concerned about how SAFE AND SECURE she is. That is my priority as her caregiver and her parent.