Video: The correct use of Child Restraint Systems

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In order for child restraint systems (CRS) to do their job properly and to be effective, you need to invest a little time in positioning the seats correctly, anchoring them in place, and securing the child

In this video, Jesús, Álvaro and César remind us of the key points that need to be taken into account when choosing a Child Restraint System, the placement of the seats, and some additional tips on their use. This information is particularly important now that as of October 1, 2015, in accordance with the Amendments to the General Traffic Regulations on the use of seat belts and Child Restraint Systems, children under 18 years of age and up to 135 cm tall may only sit in the front seat if all the rear seats are already occupied by children under 18 and under 135 cm in their own child restraint systems.