A belt fitted and tethered extended rear facing car seat up to 25kg.
These car seats use the seat belt, low rear tether straps and most have a support leg.
Before the seat can be installed, the tether straps are attached to the front seat's runner rails.
A rear facing seat installed in the back of the car.
A forward facing seat with a five-point harness up to about six years old.
As well as the seat belt forward facing seats up to 25kg also have a top tether strap, which must always be used.
The indicator on the car seat's top tether will turn from red to green when it has been pulled tight enough.
In this car the top tether point is located low down on the base of the seat. The location will vary from car to car.
The pictures on this website show installation methods for the most common types of car seats, and we have used many different ones. But car seats vary and these pictures should not be used as a replacement for the manufacturers' instructions. It is very important that you read the user manual carefully and only install your seat according to its own specific instructions.