When is a Child Ready for a Booster Seat?

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The booster seat is one of the greatest inventions ever made! There are however weight, height and age requirements for a booster seat. Another thing to think about is your child 'squirmy,' will he/she try to wiggle out of the carseat?
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A child is ready for a booster seat when they are four to eight years old. They need to weigh about forty to eighty pounds. They can stay in a booster seat until they are about 4'9' tall.
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