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Safety alert: replace Babystart Multi-Recline child car seat

Is your child at risk from the Babystart Multi-Recline seat? We explain why you should replace your Babystart Multi-Reclie child car seat as soon as possible.

Five new child car seats to watch out for in 2015

Find out what child car seats are being revealed for the coming year and see what our experts thought of these innovations.

Maxi-Cosi car seat tool helps parents choose

Maxi-Cosi has launched a tool to help you choose a car seat for your child. Check Which?'s expert car seat reviews and safety test results before buying.

Best ever baby car seat revealed in Which? tests

The latest Which? car seat crash test results uncovers the latest Best Buys, including the best child car seat our lab experts have ever tested.

Which? advice: Axkid Duofix car seat is a Don’t Buy

Which? is recommending parents do not buy the Axkid Duofix Group 1/2 child car seat after it achieved a poor score in some of our impartial car seat crash tests

Over half of baby car seats and child car seats potentially unsafe

54% of child car seats have been fitted incorrectly, and this has risen by 13% since 2010. Find out how to make sure your child car seat is fitted correctly.

Which? advice: replace ABC Design Risus Isofix car seat

Which? is advising parents who own an ABC Design Risus Group 0+ car seat with Isofix base to replace it after it got the lowest score in our tests.

Doona car seat pushchair: too good to be true?

The Doona is a pushchair that can be converted into a child car seat. At £299 it seems like a dream come true, so is there a catch?

Parents puzzled by car seat laws

Which? survey reveals shocking statistics showing that parents are unclear on the laws surrounding child car seats. See our advice on the best child car seats

51% of car seats are fitted incorrectly

51% of child car seats are fitted incorrectly. Find out the simple things you need to do to ensure your child car seat is fitted correctly so your child is safe

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