7 year old in a Graco Argos in high back booster mode

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  • Their advantage is that they offer more support to the child's head, neck and spine, particularly in a side impact collision. This is the likely reasoning behind the move at UN levels. They want to raise the bar so that kids stay in 'High Backed Booster' seats for much longer.

    However the RSA recommends, in line with best practice, that a 'High Back Booster' seat is used for as long as possible. They are designed to be used by children up to 36kg.

  • Travel safely and comfortably in with Little Tikes Highback booster with integrated cup holders. For children ages 4 to 12, this Little Tikes booster incorporates full body side impact protection and reinforced head support with 6 height positions that can be easily adjusted with one hand.

    Basically the UN proposes to raise the bar when it comes to the use 'Booster Cushions'. The amendments mean children will need to stay in a 'High Back Booster' (with back and side protection) until heavier and taller than at present. To be precise they want to limit the approval of new booster cushions for use by children over 125cm in height and weighing no less than 22kg.

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    We've also had some reports that well-known child car-seat retailers are adding to the confusion. We know some retailers have stopped selling the booster cushions based on the inferior protection they provide compared to a 'High Back Booster' seat, but this is because they chose to promote best practice and not because a new law has banned them.

Comments about High Back Turbo Booster - Megan:

When you realize that your once tiny little baby is getting older, taller and heavier, it may be time to convert them to a booster seat. For new parents, this can be a confusing time. Which booster seat do you choose? Do you need a backless or high back booster seat? How big should they be? How do you install one?