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Child Safety

Two thirds of fatalities of children under four years old occur in cars.Choosing the correct car seat for your child is vital. Think carefully about what kind you need.

Check your child safety seat

From May 2008, all child restraints seats must comply with UN EC Regulation 44.03 (or a later version E.G 44.04 ). If you are using an older child seat approved to 44.01 or 44.02, it will, by law, have to be replaced in May 2008.

Each year in the UK, over 205 children under the age of five are seriously injured, and a further 21 are killed, while in cars because they are not in the correct seat. Many of these suffer from head injuries and brain damage, which are often fatal.

How to make sure your child is safe

Suggestions on how to make sure your child is safe are available on this page.

Seatbelt law

A summary of seat belt and child seat law can be found on this page.

Things to remember about child restraints:

  • Check your child’s weight in kilograms before you shop for a restraint.
  • Check your child’s weight regularly as they grow so that you can tell when they need the next size of seat.  In reality, age is only a guideline; your child’s size will actually dictate when it needs changing.
  • Do not move children into a larger restraint until they are large enough.
  • Generally, a large child in a smaller restraint will be safer than a small child in a larger restraint.
  • Do not rely on the upper age limit printed on the packaging.
  • Children may outgrow a seat faster than you think.
  • I f you are still not sure about your child seat, ask for help.  Many Road Safety Agencies will give advice so please check before you buy your child seat and remember that safety always comes first.

Safety saves lives and helps reduce accidents.

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