Safe Child Car Seats Best Safety Car Seats For Your Child – 2010


Child Seat Crash Test | Safety 1st Air Protect | Rear Facing, Side Impact Test | 3 Yr

20mph NHTSA baby seat crash test with: Safety 1st Air Protect Rear Facing Dummy Size: 3 Year Old -- Thumbs up for the crash dummies! Do you think this seat is safe when compared to others in the same class? Do you like the test result? More crash tests every week: Favorite this video and Subscribe to CrashNet1!

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  1. I have a typo here! Rebound is considered a low energy event and is *NOT* I repeat, NOT dangerous.

  2. Despite this, the Safety 1st Complete Air 65 is a great extend- rear facing car seat because of its tall shell. It has such as a tall shell that many children would be able to rear face up to this seat to 40 lbs.

  3. I would not be scared because the car seat did its job- it cushioned the impact. It does not matter what the car seat looks after a crash, it matters what the occupant looks after a crash.

  4. The car seat moving forward is called rebound. Rebound is considered a low energy event and is now dangerous. Despite this, it doesn’t look pretty and some car seats allow tethering a car seat in the rear facing position. Britax convertibles allow tethering rear facing to prevent this movement. Some other car seats have anti-rebound bars to limit rebound also (such as the First Years True Fit).

  5. Why did the car-seat move forwards like that? I am looking fo a really good seat and this is just scaring me.

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