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Are parents getting the message about backless booster seats?

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.

Holiday car seat laws every parent needs to know

The laws on what you can and can’t do with child car seats differ from one country to another. Don’t fall foul of the local police on your family holiday...

Maxi-Cosi i-Size car seat

New parents unaware of i-Size child car seats law change

Car-seat law has been a hot topic for the past 12 months, thanks mainly to the change in approval rules for booster seats. But more than half of new parents are...

New booster seats ban

If you're using a booster seat, then you'll want to read about the latest car seats rules change.

Halfords campaigns for 0% VAT for child car seats

Halfords is campaigning to abolish the 5% VAT that is currently added to all child car seats. Read more about this and check out Which? child car seat reviews.

Safety alert: protect your child from unsafe car seats

As families hit the road to enjoy Bank Holiday, Which? is reminding parents of the dangers of using backless booster car seats.

Which? warning: Ditch unsafe backless booster seats

The latest Which? survey, of 1,000 parents, reveals a high number of children are at risk of serious injury.

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