When it comes to car seats, safety is first.
That's why Consumer Reports engineers test and rate numerous options to find those with the top performance.
Emily Thomas is the manager of auto safety and a child passenger safety technician at Consumer Reports. Thomas worked with Jen Stockburger, director of operations at the Auto Test Center, to create a guide for those in the market for a car seat. They answered questions like "What type of child car seat do I need?" and "How will I know when it’s time to upgrade my child to the next seat?" among others.
Thomas and Stockburger, as well as additional testers, conducted simulated crash tests in a lab and fit tests to find the top options for consumers.
Check out their picks below!
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