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post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by bandgeek View Post
I don't think anyone has mentioned this, but buckling in a booster beside another car seat is much more difficult than installing a harnessed seat and just doing up the harness each time.
Yes. We have 3 kids sitting 3 a cross in a Jetta. We tried putting 6 yo dd in a HBB in the middle and it was impossible to get her seatbelt buckled correctly. We now have her back in her radian, DS (4yo) in a radian and DS (13months) rfing in a scenera.

If I were you I'd scrimp, save and sell whatever I had to to buy a second radian. Can you get a part time job for a few months? Can your husband?
post #42 of 43
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Originally Posted by suebee79 View Post
What do people who have trucks do?
In our state there are a few exceptions one of them being trucks or vehicles where they only have a one row like a two seater. But if your in a car with 2 rows, front and back, children under the age have to be secured in back. I believe you can petion for a hardship permit like if you had a valid reason to do so but from what I heard its a PITA to get.
post #43 of 43
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Originally Posted by luv-my-boys View Post
In our state there are a few exceptions one of them being trucks or vehicles where they only have a one row like a two seater. But if your in a car with 2 rows, front and back, children under the age have to be secured in back. I believe you can petion for a hardship permit like if you had a valid reason to do so but from what I heard its a PITA to get.
Woudl you mind sharing you state? Most of the laws I've ever seen have an exception to the "children in back" rule for situations where , for example, there are already all the seat in the back taken by other children, or other situations. I've never seen one tha doesn't have exceptions.
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