‘Extended Rear Facing’ – keeping your child travelling rear facing to 4 years – really? Why? The easy answer is that rear facing car seats are 5 x safer. However,… Read more »
What is i-Size (R129)? i-Size is the first phase of the latest European car seat safety standard that was introduced in July 2013, called R129, and applies to new car… Read more »
In 1984 Maxi-Cosi started a revolution when they introduced the very first rear-facing baby car seat in Europe. For decades they’ve been at the forefront of developing easy and practical… Read more »
Becoming a new parent is one of the most exciting journeys life has to offer, but navigating through the world of car seat safety can also be overwhelming and confusing…. Read more »
Current UK law states that all children must use the correct seat when travelling in a car until they are 12 years old or 135cm tall. Changes to the regulations… Read more »
i-Size was introduced in July 2013 to make car seats easier to fit, provide better protection from side impact and keep children rearward-facing to at least 15 months, as research… Read more »
As this week marks the start of Road Safety Week (17th-23rd November), Kiddicare decided to ask parents their main questions regarding children’s car seats. Britax UK car seat safety expert, Mark… Read more »
Not sure when’s the right time to move up a car seat? Read on for expert advice from the Kiddicare team.
In this video we take a look at the new i-Size car seat legislation: the what, the why, the when and the how.
Group 0+ or Group 1,2,3? Um… pardon? If you’re in the market for a car seat you need to watch this first.