In this blog post, we will be looking at the bad ADAC results for the: ‘Apramo All Stage’ which is a 0+/1/2/3 car seat with extended rear facing to 18kg, retailing at £370. It uses both ISOfix and top tether.
Are you going on a long trip? Summer holidays are not that far away, so I thought it was a good time to mention what kind of tablet holders for the car I recommend! There is a great deal of them on the market – but as almost everything else made for children in theRead more
The Britax Two Way Elite has two different install methods. Upright & Reclined. You should change the installation from ‘reclined’ to ‘upright’ when your child’s head has reached the top of the seat shell.
Most of us go through several cars in our lifetime. From the excitement of buying our first set of wheels to upgrading to something shiny and sporty in our footloose and fancy-free days, there are different considerations for different times in our lives. And then, if you choose to start a family, priorities shift againRead more
To celebrate our seven years ‘bloggiversary,’ we have teamed up with Axkid for this awesome give away. You now have the chance to WIN your very own Axkid Move car seat!!
There are, in my opinion, just better options to opt for if you have the budget for it. I don’t like when the TWE gets blindly “oohed” and “awwed” over as if there was nothing better for the same price.
The ‘BabyStyle Oyster Carapace i-Size’ infant car seat when using the ‘Duofix i-Size base’ failed the frontal crash test when tested to stricter criteria than what is the legal minimum.
The Group 0+ rear-facing car seat for infants: Chicco Oasys i-Size, was recently crash tested by the German consumer organisation ‘Stiftung Warentest’. Sadly this crash test showed a severe fault with the car seat’s harness.
If you are a travel-loving family or parent, the fact that the ECE standard now offers TWO car seats that are approved for the plane, as well as being extended rear facing in the car, this news should make your heart do that pitter patter heart flutter. Flight Approval A couple of days a goRead more
Warning Lights This is a collaborated post. See our discloture for more info. You should always put the effort in to try and familiarise yourself with all the lights that are on your vehicle’s instrument panel. Each light means something different, so look at the ABS light, or even the engine light. If these stayRead more
Look at the three aspects of healing after a car accident beyond claiming compensation and insurance procedures, to acknowledge the fact a car accident is much more than a broken car…
A little while ago we were contacted by Nuna about reviewing their newest PLUS tested ERF seat, the Nuna Norr! Being the extended rear facing enthusiasts and specialists that we are, we, of course, couldn’t say no to this great opportunity. I have never actually owned a swivel seat (though I do have experience withRead more
The time has come to think about replacing your current vehicle. While you may not be in a position to purchase a new one, there are plenty of good used cars on the market. Your task is to find one that is in great shape, provides reliable transportation, and fits in your price range. ItRead more
Driving during the winter and cold weather can be dangerous. Follow Thompsons Solicitors’ winter driving tips for keeping yourself and children safe in the car.
Cost is for many a big issue when having a new addition to the family, and therefore I have decided to conduct a list of infant car seats that I personally would recommend. And the best part? They are UNDER £100!