Push, pull and adjust the seat until you can check each item that applies to your child's car seat.
There are 2 ways to secure the car seat.
For either UAS or seat belt installation:
Q: My child's knees are bent, is it still safe to use a rear-facing car seat?
A: Yes, injuries to the legs are very rare when children ride in rear-facing seats.
If you answered “YES” to all of the statements, you’re ready for travel! If not, check the instruction booklet for your car seat as well as your vehicle’s owners manual for the exact installation instructions.
Current as of: July 3, 2019
Author: Provincial Injury Prevention Program, Alberta Health Services
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