Extended Rear Facing Car Seats

Extended Rear Facing Car Seats...  You might have heard of ERF which stands for Extended Rear Facing.  Unfortunately, most parents choose to turn children forward facing far too early.  In most countries, keeping a child rear facing longer than 12 months would be considered extended rear facing.

We believe the best way to protect children from forceful frontal impacts is to keep them rearward facing in their car seat for as long as possible. It has been proven this will greatly reduce the stress on your child's neck and spine, providing superior protection in the event of a frontal impact. Your baby's muscles are still developing during the early years; if the muscles and spine are subject to great forces the consequences may be catastrophic.

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