A child car seat rental on Maui is a must if you're traveling with your little one. And it's not just because the law requires it, it's because it's the safe thing to do.
Keeping your child safe should always be a priority, especially when you're on vacation and it may be pretty easy to get distracted.
But what kind of child car seat rental on Maui should you get? Should you get an actual car seat or is it OK to rent a booster for your little one?
When it comes to your child's safety, you should always do your research and know exactly what type of child car seat rental you need to get for your trip to Maui. That in mind, here's how to choose the best product for your kid and what features you should look for in a car seat for your little one.
How to find the best child car seat rental on Maui?If you plan on renting a car seat in Maui, you have 2 main options.
- If you plan on renting a car for your trip, you may ask if the company provides child car seat rentals for parents traveling with an infant;
- If you don't plan on renting a car, or if the car rental company doesn't have a car seat available for your little one, you have the option to look for a company that rents car seats and other baby equipment on Maui.
Whatever the case, our recommendation is that you make sure the company you're renting your car seat from is reliable. After all, your child's safety should come first!
What are the most important features you should look for in a car seat?
Regardless of where you choose to rent a car seat for your child, here are the 3 main features you should look for:
1. Choose a child car seat rental on Maui with a 5 point harness
When it comes to child car seats, you can choose between seats with a 3 point harness and seats with a 5 point harness. For your child's safety, we strongly recommend the latter!
At Maui Vacation Equipment, we rent car seats that meet and exceed the Federal Safety Standards. Our convertible car seats rentals can hold a rear-facing infant from 5 - 30 lbs. (height: 19 - 37 inches) and a forward-facing toddler from 22 - 40 lbs.
2. Make sure your child's car seat has head protection
If you're getting a child car seat rental on Maui, make sure you look for one with a sturdy head protection.
If you browse through our baby rentals collection, you'll find that, in addition to car seats, we also rent booster seats, for kiddos that are almost grown up. However, if you'd like to have that extra layer of protection for you little one, we do recommend that you look into high-back booster car seats, so that you can give your child a boost and make them more comfortable while riding the roads of Maui.