FAQ

Why should my baby / toddler travel rearward facing up until 15 months?

Especially babies have a very vulnerable neck. When travelling rearward facing, the forces of a frontal collision are better spread over a greater area of the child´s body. This leads to less pressure on the head and neck. We recommend that you use a rearward-facing child car seat for as long as possible.

In the past too many children have been put into a forward facing seat for toddlers. The i-Size regulation is helping parents to better judge if their little one would be ready to move into a bigger car seat.

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