Three child seats in the back of your car? It can be done!

It’s a problem that will resonate with parents of three or mums and dads planning an addition to the family: how on earth do I safely fit three car seats across my car’s back seat? With the BeSafe iZi Flex Fix i-Size, a car seat for bigger children, it can be done! Here’s how.

Every mom or dad wants their kids to travel as safely as possible in the car. And seeing as it is compulsory in most European countries to seat children that are up to 1.35m tall in a car seat with a backrest, you want a constructive solution that will last you for years.

The seats we know as ‘group 2/3 car seats’ are the ones you will be using the longest, because you start using this kind of seat when your child is 1m tall and it goes up to at least 1.35m. In more practical terms, this means that you will be using a group 2/3 car seat from foundation stage 1 to year 4,  i.e. for roughly 5 years!

BeSafe three kids on the backseat

Since the people at our car seat brand BeSafe know that many parents use three group 2/3 car seats at the same time, they have made their BeSafe iZi Flex Fix i-Size the narrowest car seat (for bigger children) on the market today, without compromising on safety, of course.

They have achieved that by giving the BeSafe iZi Flex Fix i-Size removable sides that let you make the seat extremely slender, without having to worry about safety.

When exactly can three iZi Flex Fix i-Size car seats be fitted across? Well, firstly, your back seat needs to be at least 1.36m wide. If it is, go to your nearest BeSafe dealer and ask them if you can try out the seats in your car, so that you can be sure it all fits. Not every car has isofix points at the same distance from each other, so trying it out is always the best idea!

Does your car not have isofix points? No problem, the BeSafe iZi Flex Fix i-Size can also be fitted safely and correctly using your car’s seatbelts alone.

Want to find out more about the BeSafe iZi Flex Fix i-Size? Click here!

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