Child car seats reduce injuries and deaths. It is not as simple as clicking it in, there are rules you must follow.

Children aged under 7 years must use an approved suitable child restraint when travelling in a vehicle. A child restraint is a forward‑facing or rear-facing child car seat (also referred to as a baby car seat or baby capsule) or a booster seat.

To be approved, child restraints must meet Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1754.

This weekend your seat can be inspected or fitted by an authorised restraint fitter for free – please take advantage of this great opportunity

More information on Child Car Seat requirements can be found at www.nsw.gov.au/driving-boating-and-transport/roads-safety-and-rules/safe-driving/child-seats

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