Booster seat laws delayed - what you need to know

Booster seat laws delayed - what you need to know

New laws that would ban car booster seats for younger children have been delayed until next year.
The new law, which was expected to come into effect at the end of this year, would stop any child below 125cm and 22kg travelling in backless car booster seats.
It has now been delayed until March next year – but parents who bought a seat before the change will be allowed to continue to use them.
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Children weighing less than 15kg, which is around three years old, are currently allowed to travel in cars using a backless booster seat.
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