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When buying a car seat, you’ll want one to fit your individual needs. You’ll want one that is easy to use, fits your child and fits your car. Check the buckle release and snap in the store, try changing the straps, and try it in your car. Make sure seats with a tray shield will work if you have a low ceiling in the car. Those with a tray shield can end up being too small to bring down over the child’s head - this does not mean that the child has outgrown the seat, just that you’ll need to adjust the straps every time. Used car seats are fine as long as they are not cracked, older than 6 years old, missing a label with the model and manufacturer, have no instructions, are missing parts, were recalled or were involved in a moderate to severe crash. If the seat was involved in a crash where the car could drive away after, the passengers were not injured, or the air bags did not go off, then it’s able to be used. Make sure you send in the registration card that you receive with a new car seat, this allows manufacturers to contact you if there is a recall.