Global Road Safety Week 2015- Tip #6

  Today’s tip is about the car seat harness! There are some very common mistakes made here, but don’t worry – it’s very simple to fix!  I’m sorry for the late post, that’s scheduled publishing settings for you… seems I put in the wrong time of day.    [inlinkz_linkup id=522922 mode=1]   ERFmama Therese hasRead more

Global Road Safety Week 2015- Tip #5

With so many car seat’s installed incorrectly, last year alone 71% of seats in England and Wales were incorrect and 64% in Scotland!  I thought I would quickly cover the difference between the forward facing colour and the rear facing colour, so  you can spot it instantly.         I’ve also got two greatRead more

Global Road Safety Week 2015 – Tip #4

It’s day 4 of Global Road Safety Week, and I hope you will find today’s tip as useful as you have hopefully found the last three.  Today we’ll be covering the first stage car seat, the same one you take baby home from the hospital in, that’s right – the infant “carrier”.       Read more

Global Road Safety Week 2015 – Tip #3

  For day 3 of this week’s Road Safety Tip I have chosen the high back booster. This especially because I see so many children in it that really do need to be harnessed because of age and also because there is a lot of misuse that you might thing of as small, but thatRead more

Global Road Safety Week 2015 – Tip #2

  Today’s tip is about a very common myth that doesn’t seem to want to die out….(which is very frustrating! ha ha)      [inlinkz_linkup id=522922 mode=1] ERFmama Therese has completed the ‘Advanced Child Car Seat Training Course’ at TRL (Transport Research Lab) and is a CPD accredited car seat expert. She blogs about in-carRead more