By law, all children under 150cm in height or under 36kg in weight must use the correct child seat or booster when travelling in a car or goods vehicle. This usually means your child will need to be in a car seat until they are around 12 years old. But it depends on their height and weight.
Where is BeSafe made?
Today, BeSafe is still owned by the family that started the company in 1919, the Torgersen family. We might not be the biggest car seat producer in the world, with our main office located in the Norwegian countryside, but we take pride in being the best safety and comfort choice when buying a car seat for your child.
How do you loosen the straps on a BeSafe car seat?
How do you reset car seat straps?
The same applies to a car seat with a continuous harness. To even out the straps, grasp one hip strap in each hand and pull side to side until there is equal slack in each side and then tighten appropriately. In order to fit a wide variety of children, many seats have harnesses that are adjustable in length.
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How do you adjust child seat straps?
How do you loosen Isofix straps?
Squeeze the silver or grey bar into the connector and move it away from the car seat. This should loosen the strap. For A-loc attachments, ALWAYS loosen the latch strap before attempting to disconnect the connectors.
How do you release the tension on a car seat?
How do you unlock a seatbelt strap?
How do you loosen Isofix?
Is ISOFIX safer than belt?
Is ISOFIX safer than a seat belt? Independent tests show that ISOFIX mounted seats are extremely safe. Rather than relying on a belt, the car seat is fixed directly to the child seat base. That means there’s less movement in the seat in the event of an accident, particularly a side on impact.
When should I stop using ISOFIX?
Children of 12 years old or taller than 135cm do not need to use a child seat. Before this age or height they must do by law. Child seats must be fitted either using ISOFIX mountings or a diagonal seat belt strap.
Is there an alternative to ISOFIX?
If your car is not Isofix compatible, you will still be able to install your car seat using the seat belt installation method. The seat belt method is a universal method for installing car seats into any car.
Do you still use a seatbelt with ISOfix?
Isofix connectors fix the booster seat into the car in the same way as above, but both the child and seat are also held in place by the adult seatbelt.
What is better ISOfix or non ISOfix?
Although Isofix offers a more secure connection, more stability, and protection in a side-on collision, it makes sense to choose a seat (and car) with Isofix. Parents can still use child seats that attach using the seat belt.
What’s the difference between ISOfix and ISOfix?
In an ISOFIX compatible car, you will find ISOFIX tethers along the back of the seat. The ISOGO attachments clip into this and you pull the tether to tighten. With an ISOGO fitting, the attachment clips will indicate a correct installation by turning green when the tether has been tightened sufficiently.
Can ISOFIX seats be used without ISOFIX?
This depends on which car seat you have. The majority of infant carriers tend to fit in with a seat belt as well as ISOFIX, whereas some car seats aren’t ISOFIX compatible at all. In short, if your car seat has the option to fit in with a seat belt then no, you don’t need an ISOFIX base.
Can you leave ISOFIX in car for MOT?
If you take your car for an MOT and there is a child seat strapped in place using either the seat belt or ISOFIX, the tester is not allowed to remove the child seat. This will not fail your car’s MOT but will be noted as an advisory because the seat belt cannot be tested legally.
How do you tell if your car is ISOFIX?