Child Seats

Going on a trip with your kids is an adventure and when there is an adequate plan for it, is exciting and full of fun, that is why you must always ensure you have your car pre-booked and any extras that you may need including baby seats, infant seats or booster seats.

We at London Airport Transfers pride ourselves in offering the best, and there are no limitations when considering your child's safety. This is to save you from a lot of worries and will eliminate the need to move on your own bulky and not convenient child seat at a time where all you want to do is relax and enjoy your stay.

We provide all kinds of baby seats depending on your child's weight and age at zero cost. Below you will find the exact specification for each of your child seats.

infant baby seat

Rearward-facing Baby Seats


These are group of baby seats usually of two Groups usually 0 Group and 0+ Group.0 group is specifically for babies  that weigh up to 10 kgs (22 lbs) and age  6-9 months, while Group 0+ is for babies up to 13kg (29lbs) and of age  to 12-15 months

You can either use them in the front or rear of the car. It is better and safer to put them in the back of the car. You can only use them at the front of the passenger seat if the vehicle has no airbag in the front passenger seat. It is best and safer to keep your baby in a rearward-facing seat for as long as possible because they provide greater protection for the baby’s head, spine, and neck than forward-facing seats. 

Forward facing baby seat

Forward-facing child seat

These are also of two groups. Group 1 is for children weighing 9-18 kgs (20-40 lbs) and between ages nine months – four years. It for the group of children that have outgrown rearwards facing seat. It has an integral harness which helps to reduce the risk of any injury if there is any crash or accident. It has an attachment at the bottom of the legs which prevent the baby from sliding under or out of the harness.It is more advisable and safer to use them at the rear of the car. Equally, it can also work at the front provided there is no airbag present at the front seat. It is more convenient and safer to keep children in this type of system until they have outgrown it.

Booster seat

Booster seats and booster cushions



Group 2: for children weighing 15 – 25 kgs (33 – 55 lbs) between ages 4 to 6 years.

Group 3: for children weighing 22 – 36 kgs (48 – 79 lbs) between ages  6 – 11 years.

Booster seats that fit into Group 2 and Group 3 are no longer in availability. These days, most manufacturers design booster seats for children between 15kg and 36kg (33 – 79 lbs).

In place of Booster Seats, Booster cushions can be used for Groups 2 and Group 3, often, some only have approval for just Group 3. Ensure that your child is within the weight range of any booster seat or booster cushion.

Some of these booster seats have the option of being convertible into a booster cushion by detaching the rear rest, and you should always follow the manufacturer’s standard advice about this and how to do this.

Typically, Booster seats and booster cushions do not have an integral harness to hold the child in place. However, the adult seat belt goes around the child and the seat. So it is of great importance that the seat belt is correctly adjusted. Follow these essential points when using the booster cushion:

  • Wear the belt as tight as possible
  • The lap belt should go over the pelvic region, not the stomach
  • The diagonal strap should rest on the shoulder, not the neck

Booster seats and booster cushions can be used in the front or rear of the car, but it is safer to put them in the back, especially if there is a passenger airbag in the front.

Get a Free Child Seat today when you book your car through our website or agent.