In Belgium, children up to 1m35 must be transported in a car seat adapted to their weight or length. A group 0 car seat is used from birth. You can usually use these up until the age of 1, but how do you know for sure when it's time to switch to a group 1 car seat?
For more than 30 years, the Scandinavian brand BeSafe has been promoting rear-facing car seats for children older than 15 months. However, there are still many misconceptions circulating about sitting against the direction of travel. Is my child comfortable? Won’t he get carsick? But most of all: Is this really necessary? The answer: Yes! In this blog, we debunk the 5 most common misconceptions!
What is your idea of your child’s perfect rear-facing journey? One where they are sitting in a comfortable, safe, appropriate and correctly installed seat?
That’s definitely a great start but it’s probably where most parents stop thinking about travel safety. BABYmatters and BeSafe like to think even further!