Well, back seats or rear seats is about it. In sports cars, that are classed as 2 + 2, meaning the rear seats are only small or fit for children, they are sometimes called occasional seats. Some old cars, used to have a seat which appeared when the boot lid was opened. These were accessed by striding over the rear seats, or standing on the back wheel. In England, this type was called a "Dickie" seat, and in America a "Rumble" seat.
The removeable part that you sit on, is sometimes referred to as a 'Squab'.
In the middle seat of the back row.
Is in your house or in the car in the back seat.
one word: CHAINSAW!!!
Inertia explains the feeling of getting pushed back in your car seat as the car begins to accelerate because as the car accelerates your body want to resist the forward motion the car is 'pulling' you in. Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist motion
Seat belt, car seat...
a baby seat
The Back Seat of My Car was created in 1970.
A car seat.
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No. According to the CHP, you'll have to put the car seat in the front seat if the car seat cannot fit properly in the back of the extended cab.
facing the backrest of the seat it is on
You don't install a newborn car seat. The only thing that you need to do with a newborn car seat is put the car seat in the back of the car and put the seat belts on and lock the seat belts.