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Road safety teams and other road safety stakeholders are welcome to give a link to this website from their own website(s) – you do not need to ask our permission to do so.

A range of artwork and printed materials, including a poster and leaflet, are available for road safety teams and other organisations to purchase. For details of what is available, costs and how to purchase please contact Sally Bartrum (01379 650112).

Alternatively, if you are a member of the public who wants to speak to someone local in person, you can contact your local road safety team via the contacts section on the Road Safety GB website.

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About the i-Size campaign

i-Size is the new European standard for child car seats. i-Size seats will fit every i-Size approved vehicle and cars will need to be i-Size compliant to achieve the maximum Euro NCAP rating.

The i-Size regulations are designed to provide children with additional protection and safety in the car. i-Size does not replace the existing R44/04 legislation, but runs alongside it. The key differences are increased support for the child's head and neck and better protection in the event of both frontal and side-impact. The seat's five-point harness ensures that the child stays in the seat even in a roll-over accident.

i-Size also helps parents choose the right seat more easily by classifying seats by the child's length/height rather than weight. It can be used in most cars that have IsoFix fittings, which have been standard in the majority of cars since 2007, and which make the seat easy to install correctly. The legislation also states that the child must travel rearward-facing up to a minimum of 15 months old.

This i-Size campaign has been developed by Stennik in consultation with Child Seat Safety. For more information please contact Sally Bartrum on 01379 650112.

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