When can baby be in forward facing car sear?
Put the baby in the back seat ;) ONly way I can think of!
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well there are 2 things that your bby must reach first 1) your baby must be at least a year old. 2) your baby should be at least 20 lbs. Also make sure you child safety seat i…s neither too big or too small for your baby. We are worried about the safety of your beautiful child so ensure the seat is properly anchored. This is a bare minimum for turning around a reversible car seat (those that can be faced towards the rear or front, depending on the size/age of the child). INFANT car seats however (which often double as carriers and face the rear by default) come with clearly printed guidelines regarding infant weight and/or height not to be exceeded. Many babies exceed the height and/or weight limit long before they are one year of age. Both of my sons were too large for their infant car seat before they reached six months of age. It is plainly dangerous to continue to use this type of seat with a child who is too large for it. If such a seat is used and outgrown, the next stage and safest method is to graduate the child to a reversible car seat still in the rear facing position and to keep it anchored and facing the rear so long as your child does not exceed the rear facing height and/or weight limits for that model. Your child could be well over a year before approaching either. As well, be sure to keep all straps at an appropriate height and tension. This may vary by model, so always read the safety information that comes with your car seat. THEY NOW RECOMMEND THAT BABIES/TODDLERS REMAIN REAR FACING FOR AT LEAST 2 YEARS AND UP TO AGE 4.
\nIf the car is only a 2 seater you can put a FORWARD facing car seat on the passenger side, but I'm not sure about a rear facing car seat.
Eyes front IS an adaptation. Better eyesight for hunters. Preyoften have eyes side and that gives them better defense.
No, they come from K-Mart or ugly men
Why is a backward facing car seat safer for an infant than a seat that faces forward during a collision or abrupt stop?
Its safer for the seat to be facing backwards, because during a collision or an abrupt stop the infant would not be able to slip out of the car seat, and also so the infant wi…ll not choke on the car seat's seat belt. It is also safer to have an infant/child to be sitting in the back seat and not in the front passenger seat until the recommended age.
Using newtons first law of motion why is a baby better off riding in car seat facing backwards rather that forward?
Because a babys head is proportionally much larger and heavier WRT the body than an adult. As most collisions include the vehicle impacting something from the front, throwing …the passengers forward a rear-facing seat will offer more support for the fragile neck
It is recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that all children should ride rear-facing in back seats until they are 2 years of age or until they reach the h…eight and weight limit of their child restraints. When children reach the height and weight limits of their infant seats, they should be moved to convertible seats, but should continue to ride rear-facing for as long as possible. Some convertible seats have rear-facing weight limits of 40 pounds or higher. When children reach the rear-facing height and weight limit of their child restraint, they should be turned forward-facing in a convertible or another forward-facing child restraint. They should remain in forward-facing child restraints in back seats for as long as possible. Some forward-facing seats have weight limits only up to 40 pounds but many forward facing seats now go up to 65 and even 80 pounds. When your child is AT LEAST 1 year and AT LEAST 20 pounds. Think of Newton's laws of motion... an object in motion will want to stay in motion. If you get into a car accident and your child's seat is facing forward, the 5 point harness will stop your child's body, but not the head! It can cause paralysis, or even death. If you get into a car accident and the seat is rear facing, your child will be pushed into the shell of the car seat and there is a higher chance of your child surviving the crash.
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facing the backrest of the seat it is on
well, yes, but it is lots better to face backwards because the seat belt can easily wrap around it. hope that's helpful! :) Also, if you want to get complicated--- Accordi…ng to the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) baby should be rear facing until at least 1 year of age AND 20 lbs, although ideally for as long as it's permitted by the car seat manufacturer.
In general, the eyes of a predator face forward and the eyes of prey face more to the sides.
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It faces forward. You can easily remember as the direction is in the name "forward slash"
Babies should use a rear-facing child safety seat in the car.
Because of Newton's law. This states that every action must have anequal and opposite reaction. Thus facing the balloon backwards when attached to the car andletting the air o…ut causes the air mass in the balloon to beexpelled BACKWARDS. The law then says that the car must be pushedFORWARDS with an equal force. This is how a space rocket works.