I started to ask this exact same question recently, but I ask too many
questions on here and folks get tired of hearing me! :) Tim, I'm glad you
did. It sounds like the GT wouldn't be the greatest fit for a child seat.
Especially those monstrous ones they sell now that have everything but a
kitchen sink. So much for sensible fun.
On the other hand, my folks drove a pickup truck. Dad drove, Mom sat by
the passenger door and my brother and I squeezed into the middle. I don't
love my parents any less for not strapping us into baby seats until we were
both six years old. Don't think I'm against baby seats; I'm not. But I
could write a thesis on safety, religion, and bicycle helmets.
On Wednesday, September 25, 2002, at 12:33 PM, Tim Baxter wrote:
> Planning on acquiring a GT project (any help in KC area welcome), but
> will need to press rear seat into occasional duty hauling small child
> around. Any advice on belts, car seats, etc. The boy's only 4, so the
> small dimensions shouldn't be too much trouble, especially since I'm
> short and generally have the seat pretty far forward, but I do need to
> strap him in securely.
> Looking for any and all options, up to and including 4-point harnesses.
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