Child's Car Seat Calculator

The rules around children's car seats change every few years with ever increasing safety standards. Make sure you are keeping your little ones safe with our Car Seat Calculator.

WARNING: It is dangerous and illegal to put a rear-facing baby seat in the front if there is an active airbag fitted on the passenger side – we advise it is safer for all children in car seats to travel in the rear of the car.

Use the sliders below to add the child's details so you can choose the right car seat

Metric Imperial
Age
Weight
Height

i-Size

Height-based child seat

Must be rear-facing until your child is over 15 months old. Your child can use a forward-facing child car seat when they’re over 15 months old.

i-Size Phase 2

Height-based child seat

A high-back forward-facing booster seat for children from 100-150cm combining excellent safety features, high standards of comfort and flexibity that enables easy adjustment and quick installation.

Group 0

Weight-based child seat

Lie-flat or ‘lateral’ baby carrier, rear-facing baby carrier, or rear-facing baby seat using a harness.

Group 0+

Weight-based child seat

Rear-facing baby carrier or rear-facing baby seat using a harness.

Group 1

Weight-based child seat

Rear- or forward-facing baby seat using a harness or safety shield. Must be rear-facing until your child is over 15 months old.

Group 2

Weight-based child seat

A high-back forward-facing booster seat for children from 100-150cm combining excellent safety features, high standards of comfort and flexibity that enables easy adjustment and quick installation.

Group 3

Weight-based child seat

A high-back forward-facing booster seat for children from 100-150cm combining excellent safety features, high standards of comfort and flexibity that enables easy adjustment and quick installation.