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Old 10-08-2011, 05:47 PM   #11
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Just be sure you understand that that seat can be a pita. The handle has to be in the down position when in the car and there also has to be a 1.5inch (or 1 inch, can't recall) gap between the car and the handle. This means it's a very big seat and takes up a lot of space front to back. We had trouble with the install because of long buckle stalks. I know there were a few more downsides to the seat but those are the main ones. If the babysitter has decent sized car you may be ok. Good luck!!

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Old 10-08-2011, 05:50 PM   #12
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I have a RAV 4 and they have a Saturn SUV. I generally only like the bucket for the first couple of months anyway. I'll have to take it out and give it a go in my car and see how it goes. It is not what I would have picked but no longer than I plan to use it, I thought it would do the trick
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