Your child’s safety is a priority. Using a child car seat correctly means you’re taking one of the best steps to protect your child in a crash.
Knowing which car seat to use at each stage of your child’s development can be confusing. The most important thing to remember is to not rush your child from one car seat stage to the next. Children should remain in their current car seat stage, whether it’s a rear-facing, forward-facing or booster seat, until they reach its weight or height limit. This information
can be found in the car seat manual or on the car seat itself.
Provincial law requires placing children in the appropriate car seat until they’re at least 145 cm (4’ 9”), 36 kg (80 lb.) or nine years old.
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Guide provided by MPI