Forward Facing Car Seat

The World Of Babies has put together this Forward Facing Car Seat collection to help you find right car seat  for your baby and at the best possible price for you. We are a one stop Website for the forward facing car seat and pride ourselves on being able to present to you one of the best collections online.

It can be very difficult at the best of times to work out what is best for your little one with regard to their safety. The UK has rules and regulations that govern the use of car seat in motor vehicles and we have put together some useful information to help you decide what is right for your child. Hopefully you will find all you need to know if you just click through to our Car Seat Law page but if you don't please feel free to ask a question in the comment box at the bottom of the page and we will get back to you with your answer.

Forward Facing Car Seats are considered to be the safest option for your baby by far when fitted to a motor vehicle as they offer a greater degree of protection and offer a high level of safety equipment all designed to keep your child safe when travelling with you in the car. 

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Forward Facing Car Seat

Basically a Forward Facing Carseat is one that is designed to face forward when fitted into the vehicle. They can be used in the front of the car or indeed in the rear of the car. The general consensus of opinion is that if you buy a Car Seat Forward Facing they are much safer if they are placed in the rear of the vehicle. They have very good safety harnesses that can stop your child from sliding out of the seat in the event of an accident.
It is believed to be better to keep children in this type of system (Car Seat Facing Forward) until they have outgrown it altogether, it is at that point you can move your child to a car booster seat. One of the measures to judge if your child had out grown the seat is to check if your child's head is over the back of the car seat. If it is then it is acceptable to move your child to a car booster seat. This would normally happen at about 4 years of age.