Group 2/3 car seats are high-backed booster seats. A group 2/3 car seat will last your child from 15-36kg. That's from about 3 years to 12 years. Most group 2/3 child car seats don't have a harness. via
Should a 3 year old be in a car seat?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids use a car seat until they reach the maximum height or weight for that five-point harness. 1 Three-year-olds are not ready to ride in a booster seat, even if they fit within the manufacturer's height and weight guidelines. via
Can 3 year olds use booster seats?
A 3-year-old should not be in a booster car seat unless it is a forward facing, harness booster. Booster seats are recommended for kids four years old and up. via
Does a 3 year old need a 5 point harness?
All children under the age of 3 must travel in either a rearward or forward facing car seat, which is properly fitted. Your child should be strapped into the car seat with a 5-point harness or impact shield. via
Can my 3 year old go in a high back booster?
This is what's known as a high-back booster seat. These child car seats are approved for use with children from 15-36kg, which is around three and a half to 12 years of age (around 36kg, or 135cm tall). There's no need to swap to a Group 2/3 seat until your child has outgrown his or her toddler/Group 1 seat. via
Can a 3 year old face forward car seat?
Once your child has reached the weight or height limits for their rear-facing seat — likely sometime after age 3 — they're ready for forward facing. via
What age can toddler sit in booster seat?
children up to the age of 6 months must use a rear-facing child car seat. children aged between 6 and 12 months must use either a rear‑facing child car seat or a forward-facing child car seat with an inbuilt harness. children aged over 12 months must use a booster seat or wear a properly adjusted and fastened seatbelt. via
What age do toddlers change car seats?
As they do, parents using an infant seat generally switch to a larger, convertible seat anywhere between 9 months and 2 years, depending on their child's size (bigger kids will likely move on faster), though they can opt to do so sooner if the seat is rated safe for their child's height and weight. via
What age does a child not need a 5-point harness?
Convertible seats can then be used with the 5-point harness restraint until your child is 18kg or 105cm, at which point they should move to booster mode. via
Should my 7 year old be in a 5-point harness?
NHTSA recommends children remain in a forward-facing car seat with a 5-point harness until the child reaches the top height or weight limit allowed by the seat. At which time, the child can move into a belt positioning device. via
What is the difference between a 3 point harness and a 5 point harness?
Is there a safety difference between a 3 point and a 5 point harness? Group 0+ rear facing car seats may have either a 3 point harness or a 5 point harness. The job of the 3 or 5 point harness is to hold the child in the seat. A 5 point harness has additional hip straps to help spread the force of a collision. via
Can a 3 year old wear a seatbelt?
If a child restraint is not available, children under 3 years must travel in the rear, but may be unrestrained. Children 3 years and over, up to 135cm tall must sit in the rear and use an adult seat belt. Children aged 12 years or more, or over 135cm tall, may travel the front, but must wear the seat belt. via
When can a child switch to a high back booster?
School-aged children—booster seats
All children whose weight or height exceeds the forward-facing limit for their car safety seat should use a belt-positioning booster seat until the vehicle seat belt fits properly, typically when they have reached 4 feet 9 inches in height and are 8 to 12 years of age. via
Can my 2 year old use a high back booster?
While many booster seats say that they can be used for children weighing as little as 30 pounds, it is best to wait until the child is at least 40 pounds (and has met the other minimums stated above) before using a booster seat. via
Can my 4 year old use a high back booster seat?
Your child is at least 4 years old. Your child will stay in the booster seat the entire car ride with the seat belt properly fitted across the shoulder and below the hips. Your child has outgrown the internal harness or height requirements of a forward-facing five-point harness car seat. via