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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Are tethered versus untethered the same safety wise?
    They pass the same tests so yep.

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    Default Booster seats/tether non tether/enlighten me?

    We have 2 different booster seats for our 2 cars for my 5yr old one isn't tethered/no anchor point. It's secured only with a seat belt. The other one does have an anchor point but mainly secured with a seat belt as well. No harness on either one.

    ETA - here are the boosters we have. Both our cars have 3 seats in the back now (RF baby seat, FF child seat and a booster).

    https://www.britax.com.au/car-seats/...uct-highlights

    https://www.britax.com.au/car-seats/...-sound-tourer/
    Last edited by witherwings; 27-09-2016 at 20:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I seriously thought you wrote tether strap from booster seat in middle of the row. Not booster seat in middle row. I'm tired - that's my crappy excuse.
    Haha. It's confusing just to write about let alone read about!

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    You could get a tether point installed on floor just behind the seat if that makes sense

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    I've decided to take all three seats in to a different professional fitter (they were initially fitted at the baby shop) next week to play tetris with them for me. They'll take a look for free and work out if they can fit them all. Very happy with that.


 

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