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Feb 13 2020

Car booster seat law change delayed until 2017 – all you need to know – Birmingham Mail, booster seat law.

#Booster #seat #law Car booster seat law change delayed until 2017 – all you need to know The alterations had been expected to come into law at the end of this year Share Comments 08:49, 3 DEC 2016 Updated 16:21, 3 DEC 2016 Share Comments Earlier this year, it was revealed new laws banning car booster seats without a back were set to be introduced. But the changes to the rules have now been delayed until next year, it has been confirmed. The alterations had been expected to come into law in December 2016 – but now the changes are …

Feb 12 2020

Child car seats: the law, booster seat law.

#Booster #seat #law Child car seats: the law Children must normally use a child car seat until they’re 12 years old or 135 centimetres tall, whichever comes first. Children over 12 or more than 135cm tall must wear a seat belt. You can choose a child car seat based on your child’s height or weight. Height-based seats Height-based seats are known as ‘i-Size’ seats. They must be rear-facing until your child is over 15 months old. Your child can use a forward-facing child car seat when they’re over 15 months old. You must check the seat to make sure it’s …

Jan 30 2020

UK Child booster seat and baby car seat laws explained, Auto Express, booster seat law.

#Booster #seat #law UK Child booster seat and baby car seat laws explained The age, height, weight and safety laws for UK drivers fitting child car seats, baby seats and boosters A child car seat is one of the most important purchases a new parent makes. Cars are designed to fit adults perfectly but as a result children are left with seats that don’t support in the right places and seatbelts that don’t sit correctly. That means there’s a real risk of injury in a crash, and that’s why the UK has detailed child car seat laws to make sure …