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post #41 of 44
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bump for update in post #1!
post #42 of 44
thanks for the update- the reason I like Britax seats is because they are so easy to install and adjust the straps. To me- if a car seat is installed incorrectly or not tight enough it isn't safe so having one i can do myself with minimal hassle and get right is totally worth the price.
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thanks for the update- the reason I like Britax seats is because they are so easy to install and adjust the straps. To me- if a car seat is installed incorrectly or not tight enough it isn't safe so having one i can do myself with minimal hassle and get right is totally worth the price.
FWIW in Mass. you can take your car seat to a state-approved fit station & they'll either check it or just install it correctly (and explain to you what they are doing/how they do it). It's free. I took mine to a police station in another town (had to make an appt), and they just installed it for me & showed me how to make sure it's tight enough.
post #44 of 44
The police dept.s do that here too, but they kind of suck at it.
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