booster seat


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booster seat

n.
1. A car seat for a small child that lifts the child by several inches, designed for use with an adult seat belt.
2. A seat placed on top of the seat of a chair, used to elevate a small child at a table.
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One in 10 parents has had four or more children sat across one row of seats in the car while one in five let their child sit on a cushion rather than a booster seat.
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It's a high-back booster seat that goes beyond legal safety standards.
* By law in Illinois, a child must be in an appropriate car seat until their eighth birthday; however, most children this age are still too small to sit in a seat without a booster seat.
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Crew members aboard United Flight 5811 ordered Mohamad and Eaman Shebley of Libertyville, Illinois, off the plane last March 20 after Eaman Shebley, who wears a head scarf, sought help with a booster seat for their youngest child.
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The rules state they must stay in the booster seat until they are 12 years old, but new laws are set to be introduced after experts claimed the type of seat is unsuitable for smaller children.
Canadian guidelines state that in order to keep children safe in the vehicle they must be in a rear-facing seat until they weigh at least 22 lbs (10 kg), a forward-facing seat until they weigh at least 40 lbs (18 kg) and a booster seat until they weigh at least 80 lbs (36 kg).