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    Got it done at the local NRMA, $55 well spent I think! Although if I'd known you could get it done cheaper elsewhere I would have!

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    I had our first one installed as I had never had anything to do with car seats and wanted to check it was ok.

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    We are getting ours professionally fitted. All we had to do was go onto the RACV website to find an RACV approved fitting station ie. a local mechanic. Will cost $35 and will be worth it.

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    QAS does it for free here in Qld and racq charges 20.

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    We paid $30 at baby bunting & she didn't fit it correctly....so annoying. So I won't be paying again, will get DP to do all future installs.

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    We hired a capsule for 6 months so install was covered, I paid to have the seat we bought installed and watched carefully how they did it so I have confidence to do it myself from now on.

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    We hired ours from the Queensland Ambulance service... They installed it too.

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