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Installing convertible car seats

Convertible car seats are rear-facing for babies up to as much as 40 pounds and then they can be turned forward-facing for older children. They are tricky to install. Here's how to ...

Convertible car seats are rear-facing for babies up to as much as 40 pounds and then they can be turned forward-facing for older children. They are tricky to install. Here's how to do it right!


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