So many rules have changed since I was a kid. I remember not even being in a car seat just a seat belt. I rode in the front seat many times before the age of even 7 probably. Then when I had kids I remember reading up all about the new rules. Rear facing vs. front facing carseats. What ages to switch. My kids slept with crib bumpers, but now you can’t. Then of course the big debate over how to lie a sleeping baby. Should they be on the belly, back, or side? It seems like every few years the rules change and it’s up to us moms to dig in and read the numerous facts and changes and adapt to them. The good folks over at rearfacing.motors.co.uk are helping out by providing the Rear Facing Car Seat Campaign.
So what’s the website for? It’s a place to learn. You can read safety facts, watch informational videos, and hear from experts. There is even a forum where you can talk with other concerned parents. So take a moment to check it out. It just might give you some information you didn’t know beforehand.
This website is here to educate you with the safety benefits in the UK of using rear facing car seats for your children. We have safety experts’ on-hand to add comments and opinions on rear facing car seats for group 0 and group 1. The website will also offer your guidance on how to find a rear facing child seat for your children along with safety instructions with how to fit it.
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