You probably never thought it could happen to you, but the path of life is not smooth. There is no turning back now, but remembering should help to ensure that there are no more road accident victims.
We analyze the options available on the market to guarantee that children with special needs, whether this is temporary or permanent, are safe in the car.
We review the function, importance and correct use of the shoulder protectors that are attached to the harness in child seats.
Since we cannot predict the potential crash scenario, we must use every possible resource to mitigate the possible injuries that could result from the accident.
Over the last few years we have seen different child seats sharing the market, approved by 2 different legal frameworks.
In this article we are going to look at the advantages of using a infant car seat base, so that you can make the best decision for your baby.
Among the recommendations offered by stores, the Department of Transport, manufacturers or other organizations that promote child safety, one of the most common is not to put a child in their car seat while they are wearing a coat. Here we tell you why.
It is in the first few months of life, when we transport our baby facing backwards, that the reclining angle is vital, as there is an important relationship between the tilt and the child’s safety.
The guideline we should always follow is: the harness must be positioned at the height stated in the manufacturer’s instruction manual. That is why we want to tell you why all manufacturers’ recommendations are more or less the same, based on biomechanical criteria.
After being used for some time, the moment arrives to take your child car seat to a recycling center, so that it can be converted into another product. We explain the steps you should follow.
If we opt for a booster seat, it must be approved in accordance with Regulation 129, be as high as possible and, if possible, adjustable. We’ll tell you how we got here.
Every year, the European Commission, through the European Road Safety Charter in Spain, awards the European Road Safety Excellence Awards to recognize the efforts of organizations that work every day at a local level to improve safety on European roads. We present the winners from this year’s edition.
According to recent surveys, more than half of Spaniards have a very low level of financial knowledge. This, together with the growing use of technology, is fertile ground for cybercrime. On Financial Education Day we explain how to avoid falling victim to this type of fraud.
Summer is over, it’s time to get back into the swing of things, to leave the vacations behind and start again with our batteries recharged. Here are some basic guidelines for starting school in the safest way.
When transporting children in your vehicle, forget about making excuses that justify the fact that you are not protecting yourself or your children properly.
The Ending project uses peer-to-peer learning methods to combat school dropout caused by the abuse of new technologies.
Every year in Spain, there are about three cases of death from heat stroke due to a child being left unattended in a car. Anti-abandon systems help to mitigate this risk.