Rear facing car seats and leg space for your child January 15, 2014 (Original article HERE) Photo Source Many parents are concerned about leg space for their child when using rear facing car seats. Rear facing kids often have legs touching back of the vehicle seat. Is this comfortable? Is it safe? We take a… Continue reading Rear facing car seats and leg space for your child
Here it a short and simple video explaining the difference between forward facing and rear facing car seating in a collision at 50 km/h. Video Source
Only 53 countries (representing just 17% of the world’s population) have a child restraint law based on age, height or weight, and apply an age or height restriction on children sitting in the front seat. WHO Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 Photo Source READ HERE the full Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015… Continue reading Only 17% in the world has child restraint law
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Rear-facing in the car is FIVE times safer than forward-facing for kids under the age of 4. Watch this important video by Rear-Facing Revolution to find out how you can keep your child FIVE times safer in the car.
There is no law on protecting Filipino children with the use of child restraints and car seats. Road accidents are one of the leading causes of death not only in the Philippines, but also around the world. Currently, laws and regulations on road safety include prohibitions on jaywalking, over-speeding, reckless driving, drunk driving, and rules… Continue reading Philippine Laws on Road Safety
Road Safety in the Philippines: Country Report A Powerpoint Presentation by DOTC Assistant Secretary Dante M. Lantin during the Expert Group Meeting Seoul, Republic of Korea May 8-10, 2013 Dante M. Lantin, Assistant Secretary, Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), National Focal Point, Decade of Action for Road Safety: 2011- 2020 Photo Source