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.
When buying a child car seat, your first priority should be safety, but you may also want to consider the weight of it. The lightest car seat we’ve tested starts at 2.9kg and the heaviest comes in at a whopping 18.3kg, although these weights are spread across a range of age suitability.
We surveyed 3,286 parents with a child under the age of 12 to find out what pushchair features they think are essential, and help make life just a little bit easier and more comfortable when juggling a baby or toddler.
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.
A survey of 3,241 parents with a child under 12 has found 9% of them bought a second-hand car seat for their child. However, by choosing to buy a second-hand car seat, particularly from someone you don’t know, you could be potentially putting your baby or child at risk in the event of a car crash.
If you're going away this summer and want a lightweight and compact stroller to take with you, then check out our review of the latest pushchairs from Bugaboo, iCandy, Joie and Argos Cuggl.
We’ve looked into what are the most popular single and double pushchair reviews on the Which? website in the last few months. Our top 10 lists include perennial favourites from brands such as Silver Cross, iCandy and Bugaboo as well as newer launches from Joie and Babystyle.
Find out if cheap car seats are worth the risk? We've tested a range of the latest baby car seats from big brands such as Cybex, Britax and Maxi Cosi as well as three under £50. We reveal which ones come top in our tough crash tests.
Having a baby gets expensive with plenty of kit to splash out on, but a Which? survey has found that parents pay twice as much for a pushchair than what they spend on an essential piece of safety kit – a child car seat.
Find out what you need to know about taking a baby car seat on a flight, including which infant car seats are airline approved and which are a suitable size to fit on an aeroplane seat. We also explain how to fit a forward-facing and rearward-facing car seats on a plane seat.