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    Default To sell the seat or keep the seat?

    For the home childcare, I initially had a Maxi Rider purchased in February after our car accident (had to replace the one she was in), and my dd's booster, bought because insurance took nearly 2 months to go through. I then bought a Safe n Sound capsule and after that bought a Guardian. The Guardian is too wide with the Maxi Rider and the booster, so I recently bought a Compaq.

    Anyway, I was unsure about whether to sell the Guardian or not, because I have been looking at 7 seaters. But then thought of buying another Compaq instead.

    Would you sell or hold onto it for a while? Would a seat sell as a second hand one?

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    im not really sure, but have a look on ebay & gumtree and see what they go for i guess..? it might give you a bit of a price range to aim for.


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