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Yes! I have a compact car...Chevy cobalt, which has a small back seat...and it fits great!
By Natalee Pfeifer on March 31, 2014
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According to the CDC, children should be in a rear or forward facing car seat until they are 40lbs. Check out the CDC website http://www.cdc.gov/MotorVehicleSafety/Child_Passenger_Safety/CPS-Factsheet.html
By Jeanie Butter on November 14, 2012
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There is no latch. It gets strapped on with the seat belt
By htmomof2 on April 30, 2014
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YES it is padded, the greatest? no. The padding around the head seems to be better then the actual seat- BUT my 4 yr old absolutely loves it. We travel out of state several times a year and she has never once complained about being uncomfortable. The cover is very easy to clean and doesn't absorb liquids quickly if sp… see more YES it is padded, the greatest? no. The padding around the head seems to be better then the actual seat- BUT my 4 yr old absolutely loves it. We travel out of state several times a year and she has never once complained about being uncomfortable. The cover is very easy to clean and doesn't absorb liquids quickly if spills happen. I am very glad I brought the product! :) see less YES it is padded, the greatest? no. The padding around the head seems to be better then the actual seat- BUT my 4 yr old absolutely loves it. We travel out of state several times a year and she has never once complained about being uncomfortable. The cover is very easy to clean and doesn't absorb liquids quickly if spills happen. I am very glad I brought the product! :)
By nicole on October 3, 2013
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No, the car seat belt is the only thing that holds it in place.
By Twin mama on March 22, 2014
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No it does not
By Govinda Aldrich on April 27, 2015
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We have leather seats in our minivan and with no child in the booster seat, the seat will easily eject itself onto the floor if you hit the brakes. With a child in the booster seat fastened with the car's shoulder harness seat belt, it does not slide off the seat. But a reviewer reported that their child was injured … see more We have leather seats in our minivan and with no child in the booster seat, the seat will easily eject itself onto the floor if you hit the brakes. With a child in the booster seat fastened with the car's shoulder harness seat belt, it does not slide off the seat. But a reviewer reported that their child was injured when the vehicle was stopped and the child unfastened the seat belt to get out and fell out of the vehicle when the whole booster seat came off the seat with the child. To solve this problem, I used a short 12" bungee cord to strap the booster seat (with high back) to the two child seat anchor hooks found in the crevice between the car's seat bottom and back. Another fix is to use a longer bungee cord that stretches all the way around the car seat back (these are individual 'bucket' seats - not a bench seat) and fastens the back of the booster seat to the cars seat back. The bungee cord is only to hold the booster seat in loosely in place until the car's seat belt is fastened. see less We have leather seats in our minivan and with no child in the booster seat, the seat will easily eject itself onto the floor if you hit the brakes. With a child in the booster seat fastened with the car's shoulder harness seat belt, it does not slide off the seat. But a reviewer reported that their child was injured when the vehicle was stopped and the child unfastened the seat belt to get out and fell out of the vehicle when the whole booster seat came off the seat with the child. To solve this problem, I used a short 12" bungee cord to strap the booster seat (with high back) to the two child seat anchor hooks found in the crevice between the car's seat bottom and back. Another fix is to use a longer bungee cord that stretches all the way around the car seat back (these are individual 'bucket' seats - not a bench seat) and fastens the back of the booster seat to the cars seat back. The bungee cord is only to hold the booster seat in loosely in place until the car's seat belt is fastened.
By E. Resler on April 3, 2014
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I do not know current regulations but you might want to check kidsflysafe.com Depends on your kids age, etc. but this is a lot easier to carry if your kid is older.
By John on April 12, 2016
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No! But the graco affix high back booster has a latch!
By Tamra on May 31, 2014
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Date of Manufacture is 1/25/2014. Expiration is 10 years after date of manufacture.
By Teamof4 on April 10, 2014