Children can safely move to a booster seat when they have outgrown the height or weight requirements of
their front-facing car seat with a five-point harness. Most front-facing car seats now accommodate children
up to 65 pounds and up to 49 inches. Be sure to also check your local and state laws to make sure your child
meets the legal requirements to move to a booster seat.
Yes, booster seats do have an expiration date. It’s always best to check directly with the manufacturer to
know how long your child’s booster seat is safe, but a general rule of thumb is to replace your booster seat
with a new model every six years.
Absolutely! Shipping costs depend on the size of the package and in most cases anything over $120 we offer
free shipping, and Rebelstork will ship straight to your door. If you live near a Rebelstork distribution
center, pick up and home delivery options are also available.