Peg Perego is an Italy-based company that makes baby products, from car seats to toys. The 2010 line of products features a car seat called the Primo Viaggio, which is a rear-facing seat appropriate for newborns up to 15.9 Kilogram. The Primo Viaggio comes with a base, which you install in your car. The rear-facing seat latches into the base. Installing it in the car is a simple job to do.
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Place the base of the seat into the car. The safest place for the baby is the middle of the back seat, followed by any position in the rear seat. Make sure the base is level. There is a gauge on the side of the base that has a bubble. When the bubble is completely visible, the base is level. If you cannot see the bubble completely, turn the knob until the bubble becomes visible.
Slide the seat belt strap into the wide slots that are located on the side of the base. Buckle the seat belt.
Pull the seat belt out as far as it will go. Allow it to go back in and then pull again. The second time you should hear a clicking noise from the seat belt. This clicking noise means that the seat belt is now locked.
Attach the Surefix clip to the seat belt. The Surefix clip comes with the Peg Perego and should be clipped onto the shoulder strap of the seat belt at the very top to ensure that the seat belt stays taut.
Face the carrier portion of the car seat to the back of the vehicle. Place it on the base that is installed in the car and push down. A clicking noise will tell you that it is locked in place. When in the car, the handle to the carrier should be in a down position.
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