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Cant fit solofix car seat into a toyota

Unable to fit my solofix car seat into a toyota - its the stage 2 seat so need to get my little girl strapped in with the car seat belt but its not keeping the seat secure

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Any mums that can answer this ??when i done a bit in the car hire and got collared with fitting these baby seats i would put the seat in then so keep it tight i would wrap the seat belt around the head restraint that stopped the seat moving around.

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