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Classification of child safety seats

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With increasing emphasis on child safety, over the past 40 years, a variety of car seats have been developed to protect child occupants of different heights and ages. At present, the common child seats on the market are divided into infant, infant, child seat and universal. According to ecer44/03, car child safety seats are divided into five categories according to the child's weight: group 0 (suitable for children weighing less than 10kg); 0+ group (weight less than 13kg); Ⅰ group (9 ~ 18 kg body weight); Ⅱ group (15 ~ 25 kg weight); Ⅲ group (22 ~ 36 kg body weight).
  According to its position on the vehicle can be divided into: general class; Semi-universal class; Restricted class; Special vehicle class. Generally, the car with child safety seats can be divided into four categories by age, namely: 0-1 years old with child seats; 1 to 4 years old with child seat; 4 to 8 years old with child seat; Child seats for ages 8 to 12. For different types of child seats, their structure, fixed position in the car and fixed methods are different.
  According to the direction of placement, car seats are divided into: 1) horizontal, portable crib (baby basket) belongs to this category, when the use of the baby lying flat, suitable for infants within 1 year old; 2) rear-facing, children ride in the direction of the rear of the vehicle, children tend to recline when using, equipped with multi-point seatbelts, most of the products are suitable for 1 to 3 years old children; 3) forward type, the direction of the child is facing the front of the vehicle, and the child sits normally when using. It is generally used in combination with adult seat belts. Most of the products are suitable for children over 3 years old. 4) convertible formula, which can be used in the backward or forward form, is generally applicable to children in a larger age range. The backward form is used at the beginning, and the forward form is used when the child is tall enough.

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