Whether you’re planning on meeting family over the festive period or staying put, it’s still important to ensure your baby or child is travelling as safely as possible. Read our tips to make sure your little one is strapped in securely and comfortably.
Find out which baby products are least useful and which are worth buying. We've asked parents to rate more than 50 baby products to help you spend your money wisely.
If you’re in the market for buying or upgrading to a new child car seat, we’ve just tested a range of different seats in our latest batch of 14 new reviews.
Which? believes the Smart Kid Belt, a device designed to remove the need for a high-back booster car seat, should be avoided because it’s unsafe.
If you’re one of the thousands expected to hit the road this weekend, now is a good time to do some car seat maintenance and checks, to ensure your little one is safe and happy before you leave.
A March 2020 Which? survey of 1,800 parents with a child under 12 discovered 85% had encountered issues with their child car seat when they came to collect their hire car.
Confused by the rules for car seats? You're not the only one. Many parents are still confused about misinformation on car seat laws.
We've tested a batch of high-back booster seats for your toddler or child - read our news story to find out which ones
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.
BBC Panorama has discovered potentially dangerous child car seats on sale on Amazon's UK store. The issue has been raised with Amazon, who says they have now been removed from sale. We've previously flagged the dangers of these fabric car seats, once dubbed 'killer car seats', in investigations in 2014, 2017 and 2019.