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Your child's safety is paramount, but using a car seat that’s incorrectly installed is just as dangerous as using one that fails in our crash tests. We run through the common mistakes parents make when it comes to buying and using a car seat that could compromise a child’s safety.
Whether you're due to give birth this winter or are looking to update your current buggy or stroller, we run through the biggest new pushchair launches for 2019 from iCandy, Bugaboo, Silver Cross, Joie and Baby Jogger.
We've recently crash tested car seats, including the Joie i-Spin 360, which is the latest highly-anticipated launch from the popular British car seat and pushchair brand. Find out everything you need to know about this extended rear-facing car seat, as well as similar swivel car seats from Maxi Cosi, Apramo and Cybex which also have a handy 360-degree rotation.
We tested 15 popular teething toys and found safety risks with six of the teething toys, including ones bought from John Lewis and Amazon.
Find out our first impressions of the iCandy Peach 2019 in our exclusive preview ahead of the re-launch of this iconic single-to-double convertible travel system pushchair.
Joie is one of the most popular child car seat brands in the UK and we've tested 14 of the brand's baby car seats, including i-Size and multi-group child car seats. If you're feeling overwhelmed by choice, take a look at our comparisons of Joie baby car seats across all child car seat groups.
Travel system 3-in-1 pushchairs are versatile and come in all shapes and sizes. Although you have to pay more than a standard pushchair, they enable you to use a baby car seat or carrycot to help you transport your baby safely. We weigh up the pros and cons and find 3-in-1 travel system prams to suit every budget.
Although backless booster seats are cheap and meet legal requirements, we wouldn’t recommend using them with your child as they are significantly less safe than high-back booster seats. But it doesn't seem that all parents are aware that they provide inferior protection in a crash. Read our advice and watch our shocking crash test footage to find out more.
Travelling with children this summer? Make sure you know the law regarding child car seats when it comes to transporting your child in an Uber, minicab or taxi, and what you need to know if your child will be travelling on a coach, minibus or van. We also cover what to do if you can't fit three child car seats in the rear of your car.