How soon can a newborn travel long-distance by car?
Congrats on your new baby! When can a newborn travel long-distance by car?
Generally, experts recommend that you wait until the baby is six weeks old to embark on a long-distance road trip. Since a baby’s immune system isn’t fully developed, the longer you wait to travel, the less chance they have of getting sick.
If you must travel before your baby is six weeks old, make sure you have:
Infant car seat
Extra snacks and supplies
Car seat cover
Safety baby car monitor
Take Veclesus baby car monitor as example, the cameras are very easy to install. The system is easy to understand and you will have it up and running in no time.
- Amazingly clear video quality
- Wide screen so you can easily see your kid
- Camera is easy to relocate.
You’ll also want to speak with your pediatrician before leaving. They can give you additional advice based on your particular situation and baby.