Shop Babies”R”Us to find the right baby car seat for your growing family! You may need a rear-facing infant car seat (also called a Stage 1 car seat) for newborns and babies. Or choose a convertible car seat that can be installed as a rear-facing newborn car seat... and later turned forward-facing as a toddler car seat. For years of use, consider an all-in-one car seat (also known as a 3-in-1 Car Seat or 4-in-1 Car Seat): this model can be installed rear-facing, forward-facing AND serve as a booster seat. And to keep bigger kids safe and comfortable on the road, choose a booster car seat. Before selecting your child’s car seat, take time to read reviews and ratings and visit your local Babies”R”Us store to ask questions and get info and car seat demonstrations from our knowledgeable staff.

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Rear-facing infant car seats are essential gear to keep your little one safe on the road, from the newborn days onward. A rear-facing car seat is designed for use in the back seat to protect babies from front seat and side airbags in the event of collision. If you plan to travel with your baby, consider a “baby bucket” car seat model that clicks into a secure base in your vehicle and can be removed to use with a stroller as part of a travel system – these elements are also easy to gate-check for airplane travel. Or you might choose a classic reclining baby car seat that stays in your vehicle: some luxury models are rotating car seats that swivel up to 360 degrees, making it easy to get baby in and out. Modern all-in-one car seats (also called 4-in-1 car seats or 3-in-1 car seats) are designed to adapt to the different stages of your child’s growth and development, offering years of use and great value.

Remember: buy NEW to be safe.

Though you might be tempted to buy a cheap, second-hand car seat at a yard sale or re-use a friend or family member’s baby car seat, there is no way to inspect or re-certify a car seat as safe. Most manufacturers recommend replacing a car seat following ANY crash – even a fender-bender or an instance where the car seat was dropped. Damage to a car seat from improper use, handling, storage, and even cleaning might be invisible – but it matters. The best way to be sure about a car seat’s condition and integrity is to buy new. Also keep in mind that safety experts recommend keeping kids in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible: until your child exceeds either the height or weight restrictions determined by the manufacturer. Seek out a car seat clinic in your area to make sure you have installed your car seat or booster seat properly: your local police or fire department should be able to point you in the right direction.

Best booster car seats for preschoolers and beyond

Shop Babies”R”Us for booster car seats for bigger kids who have outgrown their forward-facing car seat, but still need that added height, comfort, and safety. Some are convertible car seat models that retain that secure, five-point harness, but can be converted to a high-back booster car seat to use with the three-point vehicle seatbelt, and ultimately to a backless booster seat for those final months before your child is big enough to safely buckle up in the vehicle seat. Other, simpler models are backless boosters designed to elevate bigger kids to the right height to safely use the vehicle seatbelt: perfect, portable, and even some folding choices for use in a grandparent’s or other caregivers’ vehicles.

Car Seat FAQs


What are Canadian rules about switching to a forward-facing car seat?

In Canada, transportation regulations are set by provincial and territorial governments; however, Transport Canada advises that children should remain rear-facing as long as possible: until they reach the manufacturer’s maximum height or weight limits for rear-facing use.


What are the car seat laws in Canada?

In Canada, transportation regulations are set by provincial and territorial governments: that includes the safe and legal use of child car seats.


What is the age limit for the car seat in Canada?

The issue is not the child’s age, but their size: consult the car seat manufacturer’s height and weight specifications to determine the correct size and installation of the car seat.


What is the best car seat to buy?

The best car seat is the safest, top-rated model that fits your family’s budget and lifestyle; remember to always buy new, as second-hand seats may have suffered damage that isn’t obvious even with careful examination.


Which infant car seat is safest?

A rear-facing car seat is best for infants; Transport Canada advises that children should remain rear-facing as long as possible: until they reach the manufacturer’s maximum height or weight limits for rear-facing use.


How long should a baby be in a rear-facing car seat?

Transport Canada advises that children should remain rear-facing as long as possible: until they reach the manufacturer’s maximum height or weight limits for rear-facing use.


Do car seats go on sale during Black Friday?

Sometimes: it often depends on the brand, so check the sale details carefully.


How long can a baby sit in a car seat?

Most manufacturers recommend against leaving babies in a car seat for more than two hours at a time, so build in rest breaks on long car trips; safety experts also caution that car seats are not safe places for babies to sleep, so transfer baby to a crib or bassinet when possible.


Where can I buy a car seat for babies?

Shop Babies”R”Us for a wide selection of rear-facing car seats, forward-facing car seats, convertible car seats and all-in-one car seats – there are options for every age and stage, including booster seats for bigger kids.


What is a 3-in-1 travel system?

A 3-in1 travel system is a stroller and seat combo that can be configured for infants, babies, and toddlers; it usually includes a detachable infant car seat (often a “baby bucket” design) or cot; and a stroller with a seat that can be installed facing backward for babies and forward for toddlers.


How long does a car seat last?

Most car seats sold in Canada have an expiry date or recommended useful life date on a label or in the instruction manual; however, a quality all-in-one car seat designed to be used rear-facing, forward-facing and as a booster seat can be used for years with proper care.


When does a car seat expire?

Most car seats sold in Canada have an expiry date or recommended useful life date on a label affixed to the seat or in the instruction manual.