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Regardless of which version of the GLK you’re driving, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of the seat belt system instead of the LATCH anchors to make the most of your available space. And given the shorter length of the GLK, if you’re going with a Radian, which is what I’d recommend if you’re planning on rear-facing, you’ll definitely want to pick up the angle adjuster for each Radian you buy; they’ll give you several inches of front-row space back for both the driver and front-row passenger.

Other Things to Consider with Baby Car Seats

The most important part of any car seat is its safety features. While all baby car seats in the United States must pass federal crash tests, the companies are not required to publish the results. Adjustable five-point harnesses are the most secure restraints on the market. They help secure shoulders, chests, hips and groin from dangerous movement and can be tightened or loosened to fit your baby. A car seat made of energy-absorbent foam and engineered with side-impact protection will keep your baby safer in case of an accident.

Look for a car seat that will fit you and your child's needs. Weight and height limits vary from product to product, so you should find one that best fits your baby. Many car seats are compatible with a few different stroller types, so choose a carrier that attaches to a stroller that fits your needs and budget. If you travel a lot, look for a baby car seat that is airplane compliant.

To make your life easier, consider finding a car seat that has removable and machine washable cushions – because, let's face it, babies can be pretty messy. Having a stay-in-car base can make it easier for you to insert and remove the carrier whenever you use your car. Additionally, some carriers can be installed without the base, which makes it easier for you to transfer the car seat between cars.

Look for a carrier that comes with a canopy to shield your baby from bright lights and the elements. Infants have weak neck muscles and will need plenty of support to keep them safe and comfortable; look for adjustable head supports to accommodate them. A typical car seat warranty lasts about one year and covers replacements and repairs for defective seats within the warranty time. This is a good reason to consider the car seat that has the longest warranty within your budget.

Pricing
While price is important for most consumers, when it comes to baby car seats, safety is always the first consideration. With that said, baby car seats vary quite a bit in price and you can buy a safe car seat for your baby at a reasonable price. The baby car seats in our lineup range between about $100 and $350.

All of the baby car seats in our lineup have the essential safety features. Some of the less expensive models, like the Evenflo Embrace, which is currently selling for less than $100, also have the extras we looked for. These extras include a stay-in-car base, machine washable cushions and a canopy, and it’s compatible with several strollers made by the same manufacturer.

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Another addition to the all-in-one car seat category, the Safety 1st All-in-One takes you from newborn bucket seat to toddler (rear-racing to 40 pounds) to elementary school (front-facing to 50 pounds) and, finally, to a belt-positioning booster up to 100 pounds. It’s all the seat you’d ever need – or want, considering this baby has side-impact protection and meets or exceeds Federal and ASTM Safety Standards. Keep in mind its front-facing weight limit (50 pounds) is lower than its competitors (65-70 pounds) – but its price is, too.

Although you can use convertible car seats for infants, infant-only car seats are the best fit for small infants. Convertible car seats can be used in the rear-facing position, and then, when your child is big enough, they can be turned around to face forward. Combination seats allow you to use the car seat with the harness. After that you can use it with the your car’s seat belts as a belt-positioning booster. High-back boosters, which provide better protection, are for cars with low back seats and no headrests. Backless boosters are for cars with backseat headrests.

Crash test primo viaggio tri-fix

crash test primo viaggio tri-fix

Although you can use convertible car seats for infants, infant-only car seats are the best fit for small infants. Convertible car seats can be used in the rear-facing position, and then, when your child is big enough, they can be turned around to face forward. Combination seats allow you to use the car seat with the harness. After that you can use it with the your car’s seat belts as a belt-positioning booster. High-back boosters, which provide better protection, are for cars with low back seats and no headrests. Backless boosters are for cars with backseat headrests.

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