After buying the perfect carseat on the grey market which fits perfectly into our car, I haven't paid much attention to them.
But Daddy Type Jay emailed in with a question about whether to get a car seat leveller to fix "some serious incline" in the backseat of his wife's Saab 98.
Users on Amazon say to use cut-to-measure pieces of those foam pool tubes; we used a folded up blanket to level out our first (loaner) car seat. My hunch is to stop by a fire station and get an official-style installation from them. Anyone else have some experience with levelling a car seat?
Car Seat Levellers are $9.99 at babiesrus/amazon. According to some random amazonian, foam "'water noodles' are like $1 at Wal-Mart", plus the hit to your self-esteem for asking where the water noodles are.