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    I had 3 in the backseat of my Corolla hatch over Christmas as we had extra kids in the house. 2 ff infasecure neons and a ?mothers choice ff seat. Was tight but they fit in fine 😊

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    We've had 3 in the back of our Discovery - 2 x forward facing maxi riders and 1 x rear facing meridian. Plenty of room as long as you are using the inbuilt harnesses - not sure how it would go using a regular seat belt on the boosters though.

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    I fit 3 seats easily in my territory.

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    Thanks for all of the replies

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    We have a Nissan Pathfinder and 3 fit nicely.

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    1 capsule, 1 infasecure neon, and 1 infasecure booster in the middle row of a 2010 Mitsubishi Challenger. We use a seat belt extender on the booster, as it's in the centre.

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    Fit three easy in a vw Amarok

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    Quote Originally Posted by LlamaMa View Post
    1 capsule, 1 infasecure neon, and 1 infasecure booster in the middle row of a 2010 Mitsubishi Challenger. We use a seat belt extender on the booster, as it's in the centre.
    I just received my seat belt extender, it's such a great product. My daughter can now do up her seatbelt so quickly and easily, should have got one ages ago, love it.

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    I was told by the car seat manufacturers that they dont recommend seat belt extenders because they change the position of the seatbelt sits on their lap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I was told by the car seat manufacturers that they dont recommend seat belt extenders because they change the position of the seatbelt sits on their lap.
    Wow you spoke to someone that actually manufactures the car seats, that's certainly straight from the horses mouth!

    The extender isn't very long and just brings the buckle up a bit higher. The buckle does not sit over the child's body. According to my research this is safe.


 

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