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Untethered Booster seats

What is an Untethered Booster seat

The untethered booster is designed for occassional use and for the situation where there are no anchor points installed such as the third row of a seven seater suv/ van. Occasional use would be defined for a grandparents who pick up the child sometimes from child care or need to pick the children up in an emergency.

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Booster Seat Height Markers

untethered booster shoulder height markers

Up until September 2014, when a child reached the upper height marker on a forward facing 0-4 child restraint, the child would go into a Booster seat. In September 2014 a new class of child restraint was introduced, the G type seat. The G type seat is a forward facing child restraint (6 months to 8 years) that allows the child to be restrained with a harness until the are approximately 8 years of age.

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