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Watch this videoclip to see why winter jackets and automobile seating don't mix: Leave your child's jacket in the vehicle is a concern because it leaves a space between your baby and his seat belt. If there is a crash, the seat belt will not be as near to your child's torso as it needs to be in order to hold them tight.
Several ways are available to keep your baby safe and cozy. Infants should be clothed in thin coats in the vehicle seats, and thick or swollen snow suits cause the crockery to mismatch. Instead, use a cuddly toe certified by the baby carrier manufacturers, or fold a thin cover into two halves and place them firmly around your baby over the belt as soon as they are properly fastened.
Take off their baby coats and jacket and buckle them correctly into the vehicle seats - then put a cover around them. If your baby gets too warm, he can take the cover off, which he cannot do if he wears his overcoat, which can cause him to overheat.
However, Good Egg Safety does not advise this as it can slow down the removal of a baby from the vehicle safety chair in an accident.