Safe travel with children
The best way of protecting your unborn child is by protecting its mother, and the safest way to do so in a car is by putting your seat belt on.
By perpetuating certain habits, you may be unknowingly endangering your child’s safety.
Just as when choosing a car you look at color, fuel type, fuel consumption, capacity, etc., you should also look at safety and comfort levels when traveling with children.
There are children whose physical and mental differences require greater attention to ensure their safety in a vehicle.
Recommendations for children to travel safely by different means of transport such as car, motorbike, bus, train or plane.
Because children are so important to us, we have come up with some practical advice so that your child is well-protected right from its very first trip.
In vehicles with up to nine seats, occupants under 135 cm or less must travel in the rear seats using a restraint system.
Do child seats go out of date? Which chair is right for me? We provide you with answers so that you know the safest way for a child to travel.
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