Baby Car Seats, Groups 0, 0+, 0-1, are suitable from birth.
Group 0+. Rearward-facing infant car seats, the safest way for babies to travel, they have a carry handle (useful for transporting a sleeping baby from the car) and some have curved bases for gentle rocking. Many models can be used with Isofix bases in the car, so you don’t need to use a seatbelt to secure it.
Group 0, 0-0+. Auto carrycots can be installed along the rear seats of your car, usually installed using seat belts and taking up two back seats. They allow newborn babies to travel completely flat which is especially recommended by health officials for longer journeys. And because they lie-flat there is no time limits, so baby can travel for longer, nonstop, and for overnight sleeping with a safety mattress.
Some models (like the Jané Matrix Light 2) can be installed using an ISOFIX base instead of seat belts, making it the healthiest and safest type on the market. Click here for our Car Seat Buying Guide