'We regularly find over two-thirds of child car seats are fitted wrongly,' says Duncan Vernon, road-safety officer at the Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents. Here are five of the most common fitting mistakes parents make:1 HARNESS TOO
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You’d be forgiven for being totally confused when it comes to buying a car seat. Safety should be the No1 priority but there are so many other features to think about like forward or rear facing, which group your child fits into, and getting your
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and plan ahead a little and put her to sleep in the pushchair if you're going out within half an hour. They also quickly get used to being moved from car seat to buggy!TWO MOUTHS TO FEEDIs it possible to feed your newborn on demand with a toddler in tow