Should car seat go behind driver or passenger?
The car seat should always be installed in the back seat. That is the safest spot for your baby. If you can, put the car seat in the center seat. If not, it is fine behind either the driver or passenger side.
Can rear-facing car seat go behind driver or passenger?
Remember: The only safe place for a baby to sleep is on his back, in his crib. Move your baby to a safe sleep location once you’re done driving. Children under 13 should sit in the back seat. Never place a rear-facing car seat in the front passenger seat, since the airbag could injure your baby.
Why is the seat behind the driver the safest?
Away from the most common side of impact, the rear passenger seat offers the advantage of giving you easy access to your child, with the restraint often being pavement side of the vehicle, away from the flow of traffic. It’s still a safe location for the car seat to be as it is in the rear of the vehicle.
Is driver or passenger side safer?
It turns out that not. The safest place in the car for your child is in the centre of the back seat. One study proves that the middle rear seat is 43% safer for newborns to 3-year-old kids than sitting on the side of the back. As surprising as it is, that’s a fact.
Can a toddler ride in a RZR?
With an RZR bump seat installed in your side-by-side, you can take your little ones on the ride of their lives with a middle seat manufactured specifically for your Polaris RZR, RZR XP, or RZR Turbo. An RZR front / rear bump seat is a safer, more comfortable alternative to traditional children’s car seats.