How should a 6-month-old baby sit in a car?
Babies 0-9 months (or until they can sit steadily) should sit in a baby seat.
- A baby seat must never be placed in a seat with frontal airbag protection.
- If the child's head clears the edge of the baby seat, the seat is too small.
- Do not lean the baby seat too much.
- Secure the child with the baby seat's harness.
- Secure the baby seat with a car's seat belt or an ISOFIX attachment system.
- In the front seat, the baby seat should sit as far away from the dashboard as possible.
- In the back seat, the baby seat should sit as far away from the seat in front of it as possible.