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What's the difference between high-back and no-back booster seats?

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High-back booster seats have a back that protects your child against whiplash in cars with low seat backs. They can be used in cars with or without headrests on the vehicle seats. No-back or backless booster seats work in the same way as high-back booster seats but no-back booster seats must be used with vehicle seats that have headrests. To protect against whiplash, the headrest should be above your child's ears when he/she is sitting in the booster seat. Both types of seats are effective at protecting children in car crashes. Remember, the lap and shoulder seat belt must be used with both types of seats. more
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High-back booster seats have a back that protects your child against whiplash in cars with low seat backs. They can be used in cars with or without headrests on the vehicle seats. No-back or backless booster seats work in the same way as high-back booster seats but no-back booster seats must be used with vehicle seats that have headrests. To protect against whiplash, the headrest should be above your child's ears when he/she is sitting in the booster seat. Both types of seats are effective at protecting children in car crashes. Remember, the lap and shoulder seat belt must be used with both types of seats. Are booster seats with shields safe to use? Shield boosters are no longer recommended for children under 40 lbs. These children should ride in a car seat with a harness, (convertible or combination seat.) If the child is over 40 pounds read the manufacturer's instructions to see if the shield can be removed. You must have a lap and shoulder belt to use the seat this way. My car has ...
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