Is Chicco a good brand car seat?
Crash test results have been excellent for this car seat. It ranked in the top 5 for crash testing compared to other top brands, and for head injuries, tested higher than federal safety standards.
How long can you use Chicco KeyFit car seat?
The Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat will not be your forever car seat. It’s recommended use is from 4 pounds (using the newborn insert) to 30 pounds, or 30 inches—whichever comes first.
What is the weight limit on Chicco car seat?
It’s a forward-facing car seat with a maximum weight limit of sixty-five pounds in harness mode. You can then transition it to a belt-positioning booster for extended use up to a hundred pounds!
How do I know what kind of Chicco car seat I have?
The information can be found on the label on the bottom of the Child Restraint. Please have Model and Serial Number available when you call. These are located on a label on the bottom of the Child Restraint.
Is Chicco same as Graco?
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Does Chicco KeyFit 30 come with a base?
This is an extra car seat base for the Chicco KeyFit 30, one of the most popular infant car seats out there. Of course the car seat comes with a base, but an extra base can be really helpful if you are a two-car family or if your baby will be riding with grandparents or caretakers often.
Does the Chicco KeyFit 30 base expire?
Yes, there is an expiration date listed on all car seats and bases. Before using a car seat or base with your child, always check for its expiration date.
How long can a 4 week old stay in a car seat?
If you’re using a car seat in the first four weeks of your baby’s life, avoid using it for longer than 30 minutes, either in a car or as a combined period of time as part of a travel system.