Find the child seat that best suits your child's requirements.
From 22 to 36 kg (Grupo III)
From approximately 6 to 12 years old (the weight and height of the child is what counts, not the age)
- Booster seat with backrest that allows the 3-point car seat belt to be adapted to the restraint system.
- The child is too big for a child seat but has not yet reached the required height to wear a seat belt only.
- They should travel on the rear seats and preferably the rear middle seat and forward facing.
- Follow the manufacturer's instructions in order to correctly install the child car seat and thread the seat belt through the indicated slots.
- They are fastened using the seat belt: the diagonal strap of the belt should pass over the collarbone and shoulder without touching the neck. The horizontal strap should be as low as possible over the thighs and never on the stomach or abdomen.
- Acquire a child restraint system that is officially approved and from a specialist center where they can advise you and let you try out the seat in your car.
Information of interest:
- What needs to be taken into account when choosing a booster seat for the car?
- Benefits of a booster seat with a backrest (infographic).
- With the regulatory changes, all of the booster seats officially approved under R-129 must have a backrest.
- The only Group III system booster seats available without a backrest are those approved under R44/04 (children more than 125 cm tall): Booster seat with a backrest infographic.
- When to make the definitive move to a seat belt.