The first ISOFIX prototype, which was very different from the one we know today, was presented in 1991. From that time to now, it has been evolving to offer children greater safety when traveling in a vehicle.
Buying a child restraint system is a headache for many families as it is difficult to choose the right product. We suggest you make a mobility plan to find out which CRS is right for you both now and in the future.
The use of pregnancy cushions has become widespread in recent years, but this does not mean that it is a good solution. We look at whether it is beneficial or even advisable for the safety of both the mother and the fetus.
The heroine of the winning ad in the Look Both Ways contest, organized by Fundación MAPFRE in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), is very sure: she would rather face the zombies.
The aim of the study Evaluation of traffic and road safety campaigns, conducted by Fundación MAPFRE and Bitbrain, is to measure the emotional impact generated by traffic campaigns on the public, especially at an unconscious level, and what differences there are between hard-hitting campaigns and soft, informative campaigns.
One of the most common questions regarding child restraint systems is which child restraint system should be used in the cars of family members or friends who may sporadically carry our children. The answer to this question will depend on your perception of risk.
One of the big ‘gaps’ in child safety when it comes to car travel is the relationship between child restraint systems and vehicle seats. Here we tell you why.
If you want a child restraint system with this versatility, it is best to choose a premium product, or one with proven quality in consumer testing.
From September 2023, it will no longer be possible to import systems approved under Regulation 44 from markets outside the European Union, and any products that are already in Europe will have one year, until September 2024, to be sold.
Imagine a city of the future, where mobility is safe, healthy and sustainable and public spaces are places to coexist, to share respectfully. To mark the UN’s 7th Global Road Safety Week, let’s make this dream come true; let’s rethink mobility.
In this article we will try to clarify what happens in a rear-end collision, and why this type of crash does not pose a greater risk if your child is traveling in a rear-facing position.
When we have to use a taxicab or vehicle-for-hire (VFH) service with a child, we may have doubts about whether the car has a child restraint system, whether its use is compulsory, and under what conditions. We will answer these questions in this article.
On April 18, at the headquarters of the Spanish Directorate-General for Traffic (DGT), we held the Road Safety Excellence Awards meeting where we shared best practices and the success stories of some of the winners and finalists of these European awards. We tell you more below.
One of the most common child safety myths is the one that refers to the so-called “armrests” on booster seats with backrests. Are they necessary? The answer is simple. No, they are not necessary and in this article we are going to explain why.
One of the most widespread beliefs about child restraint systems refers to the concept of product approval. But even within the various approved systems available on the market, there are differences. We tell you how to choose the best one for your children’s safety.
Baby carriers are the best restraint systems for newborns. We tell you how to choose and install them.
The most decisive factor when it comes to avoiding neck injuries is the direction of travel in which we put our baby or child.