Which Seat for the Trip?


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Dd & I are going to a car show next weekend. We'll take my 2004 Mustang, and drive about 3.5 hours one way on super curvy, fun to drive roads. :) Dd is 4y5m, 43", and 38ish lbs. She normally rides in a Safeguard Go in the Mustang, but the slightly offset tether makes the seat lean a bit. Other than this trip, we never go far in this car, so it's never been a problem & theGo doesn't set her too far forward of the seat back. So, would you use the Go or swap to the RN for the trip. I can move the seat in front of her up since no one will be sitting in it.

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