4. Make sure seat belt is securely fastened and you get a definitive click. Pull on the belt to make sure it’s as tight as it can be.
5. “Drop” baby seat into base and make sure it also clicks into place and then rock back and forth to make sure it has a made a solid connection.
6. Babyseat should be facing backwards and you’re all finished!
7. Enjoy your vintage car and secure baby seat!
Olga18 Oct ’11 at 3:37 pm
Don’t forget to place a Car Seat Protector under the car seat, it will help protect your upholstery.
Anonymous19 Oct ’11 at 12:00 am
Good tip Olga! We definitely need to grab one of those, especially as he gets heavier.