Find out why Nuna is championing car seat safety with a five-point check list ready for this year’s Road Safety Week.
According to the AA, around 5,000 children under the age of 16 die or are seriously injured on Britain’s roads each year. With this in mind, car seat manufacturer Nuna is supporting Road Safety Week later this year (18th–24th November) with its simple five point car seat safety check list designed to help demystify the car seat fitting process and keep children as safe as possible on the road.
From the PIPA lite lx and REBL plus to the NORR and MYTI, Nuna’s range of car seats fit children of all ages from birth right up to 12 years. Nuna’s car seats go above and beyond the call of duty for your every day car seat with innovative material, steel strength technology and ultra resilient plastics.
Helping children’s needs
Damon Marriott, Head of Product Development at Nuna said, “A poorly fitted or set up car seat can lead to potentially devastating results if involved in a collision. ISOFIX attachment, helps to drastically reduce installation errors. The most common issue, that applies to both belted and ISOFIX seats, is that the child is incorrectly set up with regards to the harness and headrest height. With Nuna seats, like Rebl Plus and Norr, we incorporate ISOFIX installation and utilise a 3 stage progressive insert & no-rethread harness systems, to help tailor fitment to the growing needs of the child.”
While Edmund King, AA President noted that “children are the most precious cargo we carry in our cars. It is essential that drivers ensure that any child they transport in their vehicles use the most appropriate child seat, fitted in the correct manner. Child seats can save lives.”