Booster seat ban delayed - everything parents need to know to keep their child safe



New laws banning traditional car ‘booster’ seats for younger children have been delayed until next year.
Changes had been expected to come into law at the end of this year - and would see children below 123cm and 22kg banned from travelling in backless car seats.
However, the change in the law has been delayed until at least March next year - and even then parents who have already purchased a seat before the change will be allowed to continue to use them.
Currently, children weighing as little as 15kg - around three-years-old - are allowed to travel in cars while sitting on a backless... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 34
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