CREP has published new ratings for 12 child car seats. The ratings include one convertible child car seat with three separate modes that can be used for newborns right through to children aged up to 8 years.
CREP is a partnership between Transport for NSW, The National Roads & Motorists’ Association, Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, Transport Accident Commission and VicRoads.
Ratings for the 12 child car seats have been added to the website.
Rearward-facing seats for babies up to 6 months:
Rearward-facing seats for babies up to 12 months:
Forward-facing seats for children from 6 months up to 4 years:
Convertible seats for babies up to 12 months in rearward facing mode, then for toddlers up to 4 years in forward facing mode:
Convertible seat for babies up to 6 months in rearward facing mode, then for babies from 6 months to children up to 4 years in forward facing mode, then for children from 4 to 8 years in booster seat mode:
Booster seats for children aged from 4 up to 8 years