Do belt positioning boosters (with no harness) "expire"?
They're pretty basic, especially the "platform" (backless) ones, so I don't really see how they go "POOF" six years after they were made...
Quoting luvlivelaugh:Yes, they have to, all carseats do. Check the bottom or under the cover.
I have the dates they were manufactured...2005, 2005, and 2007. My question really is, I guess, how does a booster seat "expire"? There's nothing that holds it into the car (unlike a harnessed seat which is attached directly into the car) and there's no Styrofoam or anything - it's just a piece of plastic with a cushion.
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