You might be asking yourself, “Will a crib fit in my car?” Here’s the answer: it all depends on the size of your vehicle. If you have a small sedan or hatchback car with no trunk space and only two doors, then chances are your car won’t work for transporting a crib. But if you’re driving around in an SUV or minivan, there is plenty of room to accommodate even large baby gear such as a crib.
Will a crib fit in a CRV?
If people are asking you whether they can fit a crib in their Honda CR-V, the answer is yes! The twin mattress measures only 38 inches wide and 75 inches long. So if your car has cargo dimensions of 38 inches wide by 75 inches long (or equivalent), then it will accommodate even a crib.
Things that should be considered
The first time you buy a crib, the last thing on your mind is whether or not it will fit in your car. Don’t worry though, because we have some tips for you to make sure that doesn’t happen again. First of all, check the dimensions and weight limit before buying anything! Secondly, if you’re like me and live somewhere with snow (hello winter), know that most cars don’t come equipped with roof racks so plan accordingly by renting one from U-Haul.
I have an Acura tl and it’s about the same size as Honda Accord. If you can stand up part of the crib in the back seat, then maybe it will fit if we put some seats down to open a bigger space for it, but otherwise, we’ll need to get something smaller like a pack’n play or co-sleeper (which are also great because they’re portable).
Sizing your vehicle will help you decide if a baby crib will fit. Obviously, a smaller car will be able to handle small-sized baby items such as strollers and swings. But will it be able to hold larger items like a crib or high chair?
Keep these sizing considerations in mind:
– will the car have enough trunk space?
– will the car have enough backseat legroom?
– will your children be able to get in and out of the vehicle safely with a crib in tow?
Obviously, all of these things will factor into whether or not you will be able to transport a crib. So take measurements before purchasing that new baby gear!
Measurement will be very helpful when you are looking for a crib that will fit in a car.
If your vehicle will handle the size of a crib, then make sure that you have enough room for all of the other items as well. You will need plenty of room for baby gear such as strollers and high chairs, so it will be helpful to take measurements of the backseat before you buy a baby crib. Cribs will usually fit in vehicles that have at least one rear-facing and two front-facing car seats or booster seats. This will depend on the size of your vehicle though, so make sure to measure everything out first.
Also, be sure to know the weight limits of your car before buying a large item like a crib.
What will happen if you try to load up your vehicle with an oversized item? You might end up being unable to close the doors! So make sure that everything will actually fit inside before purchasing anything – and don’t forget, it’s important to take measurements.
Measure the length, width, and height of your box to find out will crib fit in a car.
Where is the safest place to put a crib?
Crib safety is a hot topic these days, and we’re here to help. There are many people out there who believe that the best place for your baby’s crib is in their own room with them – but this isn’t always the safest option. If you want to put your baby’s crib near the door of their bedroom so you can quickly reach them when they wake up at night or if there was an emergency, be sure not to put it too close to any windows where curtains could catch on fire (or open up) during nap time.
The BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light is a great investment for parents who need to travel with their babies. I was able to get it in my car by folding the mattress and then placing the crib on top of that, but you might not be able to do that if your trunk or back seat isn’t very big. If you have a large car, this should work just fine! Let me know what type of vehicle you drive so we can find out whether or not this will fit inside your car before purchase.