Car crashes are one of the biggest dangers to your child. Whakamaua te whiitki - Buckle them in!
When travelling in a vehicle all children under 5 must, by law, use a child car seat appropriate for their weight and size to offer the best protection in a crash. The vehicle safety belt on its own is not enough.
Never put your baby’s car seat in the front if there is an airbag. Always use an approved car seat right for your child’s weight and size.
The latest (2010) version of the joint Australian & New Zealand Standard for Child Restraints has made changes that will be introduced on new product in both countries. The video to the right is a simple overview of what has changed and why.