You could, but they would both be on the side seats, which could interfere with the front seats and where you like them positioned.
I would definately do the Forward Facing one behind the driver, as it gives the driver more room to adjust his/her seat.
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Please take your vehicle to your nearest authorised carseat retailer (such as Mothercare, Toys R Us, Halfords, or a number of other retailers) and ask for a carseat fitter trained member of staff to provide a physical fitting for you to determine the most suitable carseat for your vehicle that meets your needs (whether it is travel system compatible etc) and that can be safely and securely fitted into your vehicle.
Depending on which car seat you chose, search the internet for the brand you are considering i.e Maxi Cosi. Most manufacturers will have an area on their website that will show you if their car seats will fit in your car.
Yeah its a bit tricky. ON the fron of the car seat there is a strap that goes intot he seat and has a button to lossen it. Press it down to lossen that strap then flip seat over and on the bottom you will find other end of the same strap and it has a brass t-fitting. Take it and pull it up the back side of seat and the shoulder straps fit into the brass fitting then tighten by pulling strap in front of chair.
it definitely is NOT self explanitory as to where the LATCH is supposed to be anchored when not in use. It took some time, but I figured it out. The Top Tether should be hooked on the recline prop/foot/base area - depending on which way you have this positioned - for forward or rear-facing use, the piece to hook the top tether on could either be towards the front (rf mode) or back (ff mode). It's just a simple cut out in the plastic. The Lower Anhcors need to be clipped to a small plastic notch along the back side of the seat shell - you have to lift up the cover to get a good look at them - they are towards the top of the seat on the back and don't really look like much but do secure the lower anchors when attached. I hope that helps! Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
To remove the rear seat off an au falcon get in the rear of the car facing the opposite way to which you drive facing the rear seat. you need to slide your hands along down where the seat belt conectors are pulling it up abit. than you need to use quite a bit off force pulling it towards your self.
ON THE BACK OF YOUR CARSEAT ARE 2 METAL LATCHES ON EACH SIDE. REMOVE ONE BE PUTING THE STRAP THROUGH AND ADJUSTING IT TO YOUR CHILDS FIT.YOU COULD ALSO PUT IT THROUGH A SECONDARY HOLE IF YOUR CARSEAT HAS ONE TO PROPERLY HOLD YOUR CHILD SAFELY.LET ME KNOW IF I WAS ANY HELP...