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How to shop safely for a baby or child car seat during lockdown

How to shop safely for a baby or child car seat during lockdown

While we’re being urged to only make essential car journeys during the Coronavirus lockdown, if you need to go somewhere with your child in tow, it’s still vital to use the correct car seat and ensure it’s properly installed. Here's the latest on where you can buy a baby car seat, and how to fit it safely.

11 ways to prepare for giving birth

11 ways to prepare for giving birth

From getting your house ready for a newborn to packing a hospital bag, we help you get organised ahead of your baby’s arrival.

Revealed: the child car seat retailers ‘putting babies’ lives at risk’

Revealed: the child car seat retailers ‘putting babies’ lives at risk’

A Which? undercover investigation into car seat retailers has discovered most stores are failing to ask key safety questions of parents, potentially putting children’s lives at risk. We sent mystery...

Which? issues half term car seat warning to parents

Which? issues half term car seat warning to parents

Which? is warning parents using car seats to carry out simple checks to make sure their children are as safe as they can be before heading off this half term....

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

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.

51% of car seats are fitted incorrectly

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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