We have leather seats in our car and no matter which seat (right, left, middle) you put the base in, it still slides when you make a turn. It's in according to the instructions that came with it and we use the anchor. This obviously makes me extremely nervous. Is there anything to help with this?
It's a rear-facing car seat if that makes a difference.
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Answer by Krysta622 at 12:24 PM on Sep. 19, 2009
Good advice here, Also, Anchors should only be used forwards facing, not rear facing. (thats the strap that goes from the top or back of the carseat, OVER the seat of the car, to latch onto the back (or top) of the car's seat.
Like that is the Anchor... shouldn't be used while REAR facing.
In order to get my kids' seat tight enough I literally had to sit in them myself while tightening the strap. Try getting it tighter and see if it still slides.
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