Save lives and prevent injury.
b) Do not
have to be used in the rear seat.
c) Are not
necessary for good drivers.
parent of the child.
only needed on short trips.
only needed on long trips.
always be worn properly, and adjusted tightly.
a) Are not
as safe as holding a child in your arms.
be fitted according to the manufacturers' instructions.
only be used if the child wants to sleep.
a) In the
b) In the
c) In the
front seat sharing your seat belt.
Firmly across your pelvis and chest.
b) Loosely across your stomach and chest.
Very loosely so it doesn't cramp your driving.
a) Tell them the car has seat belts and they should wear them.
b) Drive slower than you normally would so the passengers are safe.
nothing because it's the passengers' responsibility to wear their seat belts.
have a baby restraint properly fitted to your vehicle.
have enough seat belts for all the passengers, including the baby.
Your driver's licence permits you to carry children under the age of twelve
a) Who are old enough to walk and talk.
are any age up to and including 5 years old.
weigh less than 9 kg (usually under 6 months old).
Any seat belt in the back or front of the car.
anchorage point designed for a baby restraint.
Only at the back using the seat belt provided.
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