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REARWARD FACING VS FRONT FACING

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ee for yourself in the video below why rearward facing car seats protects your child much better in a collision than a front facing one!

Did you know?
Government advice to turn your child forward facing at 9 months is putting their life at risk. In other European countries, children stay rear facing until they are 4 years old, and the new US recommendation is 2 years old.

British child seat manufacturers are refusing to sell their safest products in the UKbecause they’ve decided that British parents don’t want them. They export the seats to Scandinavia but will not make them available here.

Rear facing group 1 seats are 5 times safer in a frontal collision. They protect the neck and head by distributing the force along the back of the seat and are much more effective at protecting internal organs

 

See our guide to buying the best car seats for your child here

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