Are Joie Car Seats Safe?

Are Joie Car Seats Safe
Joie is known for its reliability, quality and affordability, especially in car seats. The Joie i-Spin Safe is arguably one of its safest yet, which allows your child to stay rear facing from birth right up to the age of 4 years/18.5kg with no option to forward-face.

How long can a baby be in a car seat Joie?

A: A child has outgrown their Joie infant carrier when they reach 13kg or 85cm. Children must also remain rearward facing in either an infant carrier or a convertible car seat until at least 9kg (under the ECE R44/04 standard) or 75cm and 15 months (under the ECE R129/01) standard.

What is the safest seat for a child?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that all children under the age of 13 ride in the back seat, ideally in the center. The rear center seat is also recommended as the best place for kids’ car seats.

What brand of child car seat is best?

Good Housekeeping’s testing lab picked the Chicco KeyFit 30 as the Best Infant Car Seat, saying, ‘This infant car seat stood out to our lab experts for its ease of installation, which is crucial to ensuring your child’s safety.

Can I use my joie car seat without ISOFIX?

Summary. For parents wanting one car seat that does everything, the Joie Every Stage FX 0+/1/2/3 Car Seat is definitely for you. Suitable for use from birth to approximately 12 years (0 – 36kg), this car seat can be fitted in vehicles with and without ISOfix and top-tether connectors.

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Which seat is safest for newborn?

Where is the safest place to put a car seat? A study published in Pediatrics, showed for children newborn to 3 years old and all installs being equal, sitting in the center rear seat is 43% safer than sitting on the side in the back. The rear center position will be the furthest from any impact in any type of crash.

How long can a baby stay in a car seat NHS?

Your baby’s chin must be off their chest, keeping their airway free for breathing. You must be able to see your baby’s face at all times. Legally a child must use a car seat until they are 12 years old or 135cm tall.