Child Car Seats


Buying a child car seat is never an easy purchase. There are lots of things that you need to know before you make that special purchase. Things like, will my car take the car seat that I like? Is the car seat that I like the right one for the age and weight of our baby? Do I know the Child Car Seat UK law? The car seats in vehicle are in no way designed to keep your little bundle of joy safe, they are designed for adults only, and if you plan to transport a baby you will need a baby car seat.
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Child Car Seats


Here at the The World Of babies we want to ensure that you have all of the information about purchasing a Car seat for your baby. We have a full range of Forward facing Car Seat and Rear Facing Car Seat. Amongst our range of over 300 items we have the very popular Silver Cross Car Seat, plus every other top brands. We are sure we have the best Uk Child Car Seat range available as we bring together all of the car seats from top retailers to help you find the right Car Seat at the very best price available.

Choosing a Child Car Seat is the one of the most important things you will do for your babies safety and you need to make sure that the seat you choose is suitable for your child and for your car. If you use the child seat in more than one car, follow the advice below for each car.

Before You Buy


Think about how you will use the Child Car Seat. For example, if you will be constantly taking it in and out of the car, a lighter weight seat might be preferable. Or, if you do a lot of long journeys, a seat that reclines may be more comfortable for your child and help him or her sleep.Choose a seat that is suitable for your child's weight and height. Babies should be in rearward-facing baby seats. Do not move your child to a forward-facing seat until they weigh at least 9 kgs and can sit up unaided, but keep them in a rearward-facing seat for as long as possible. Once your child is above the maximum weight for a rearward-facing seat or the top of their head is above the top of the seat, they should be moved into a forward-facing seat. It is not important if their knees are bent in the seat, provided they are still within the seat's weight range.Contact the child seat manufacturer to check if the seat will fit your car. If you are considering a Britax seat, you can enter the details of the seat and your car on their "Fit Finder" Website if it fits your car and the best position.

Below is a RoSPA video on how to choose a car seat for you to look at

There is also an information video again from RoSPA about the law regarding car seats



Which Car Seat?





Applies To

Which Car Seat

Further Information

Stage 1

Group 0 car seat

6 – 9 months

Up to 22lbs (10kgs)


Baby car seats

They can be used in the front or rear of the car. But it is better to put them in the back

Stage 1

Group 0+

Up to 15 months

Up to 29lbs (13kgs)

Infants -Toddlers

Baby Car Seats and Combination Car Seats

They can be used in the front or rear of the car. But it is better to put them in the rear.  

Stage 2

Group 1 Car Seat

9 months to 4 years

20 – 40 lbs (9-18kgs)

Toddlers -pre-school

Forward Facing Car Seat and, Combination Car Seats

Best to have children in this type of car seat system until they have outgrown it or are exceeding the maximum weight.

Stage 3

Group 2 Car Seat

 ~ 4 to 6 years

33 – 55 lbs ( 15 – 25kgs)

Pre-school and School

Forward Facing Car Seat  and Car Booster Seats 

The seat belt needs to be correctly adjusted on this type of car seat, as the main car seat belt is used

Stage 4

Group 3 Car Seat

 ~ 6 – 11 years

48 – 79 lbs ( 22 – 36 Kgs)


Car Booster Seats and Booster cushions

So the seat belt needs to be correctly adjusted on this type of car seat, as the main car seat belt is used