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We have 6 car seats for our 3 children; one in each vehicle. I moved the seats around so all three can fit in our CRV; however, if I would not have swapped the carseats, all three would not have fit in the CRV. In other words, be creative. When your child is old enough/big enough for a booster seat, those are smaller. I think I waited until my child was at least 3 for a booster, but they are worth the $30-$60 to save the room you need in the car if your child is big enough.
the extra ******** the top back of the baby seat connects to the parcel shelf(where your speakers go) And yes,seatbelt passes thru the baby seat and buckles as usual. Good luck!!! You should already have a Clip or connector on your parcel shelf or your nearest auto parts store sell them.
You definately should get the rear tether connector to get this car seat in snug. It is the best way and designed to be used rear facing withthe Roundabout. Click the link (or cut and paste into your browser) below to see what I am referring to. When you get it you should connect it to the passenger seat belt track as that is connected to the frame of the car.
Richard - www.goores.com
If this seat has the areas for a regular seat belt to go thru, you could use that belt to install it.
Every seat belt if you pull it out all the way, and then start retracting it, it because super tight and cannot be pulled out again, until its been retracted in almost all the way.
Be sure when doing this you get the seat belt as tight as possible. I like to put my knee into the car seat and press as hard as I can as I pull on the seat belt to tighten it.