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Buckle-upp Anti Escape System for Children Car Seat Safety

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If you want sunshades, try to choose ones made by car seat manufacturers, as they should have had some level of crash testing. These devices are to be used only for the retention of child seats or similar vehicle fitments that utilise the seatbelt to hold a chair.

They tend to be used by operators for school or local authority transport to ensure children do not unbuckle their seat belts without the driver knowing, which of course would be a safety issue, and would be very difficult to monitor by the driver when the vehicle is in motion. The seatbelt triangle pad is designed to pull the cross-body part of the adult seatbelt away from your child’s neck, and provide additional padding. The 9th February bulletin advised that the fitting of buckle guards to seat belts would breach regulation 48 (4) of the Road Vehicle (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986. This is because any accessory attached to a car seat would require homologation to ensure the seat still performs in a crash as it should. The additional buckle is the first thing you see when you open the car door so there is no confusion as to how to undo it.However, as most child car seat harnesses come with padded shoulder pads that cover the straps, you may find you need to mount the clip quite low, so it sits across the stomach and not the chest. Designed with children with emotional or cognitive disabilities in mind, the BuckleRoo™ provides peace of mind to everyone in the car by ensuring the seat belt stays secure until the ride is over. The horizontal belt also pulls up during a crash, meaning the seatbelt will pull across your child's delicate abdomen and potentially cause dangerous internal injuries.

The main concern appears to be that in the event of an accident or emergency a passenger in a seat with a seat belt buckle guard would not be able to release the belt and get out of the vehicle without the assistance of another person. We haven’t yet seen any issues with car seat accessories causing problems at claim stage and therefore cannot envisage a scenario where a claim would not be covered. This ensures that the accessories offered enhance the consumer experience by offering added comfort and practicality, but doesn’t interfere with the crash performance of the car seats. We got expert viewpoints from our car seat testing team on whether the enormous range of accessories available are safe or appropriate to use.That’s because the regulation states that you should be able to release the child from the harness restraint in one operation.

Whilst the DVSA has revised it’s advice on the use of the guards, and although it states in the 17th February 2023 bulletin that it “has no plans to target enforcement action against their use”, the agency is consulting the Department for Education, Department for Transport, Schools, Local Authorities and parents about this matter, so it remains on their “radar” for the foreseeable future. Two ways to release the buckle after installation of the buckle guard: Slide thumb under the guard and push the release button or u se the provided tool to open the buckle.

The ratings/reviews displayed here may not be representative of every listing on this page, or of every review for these listings. Make sure any you choose are securely attached, especially as the suction pads could fall off or be pulled off by small children and become a choking hazard.

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