Good Egg Safety launches In–Car Safety App
Parents buying child car seats can now download a free Smartphone App designed to help them make safer choices.
The Scottish Good Egg In-Car Child Safety App is launched at the same time as a new survey, conducted on behalf of Good Egg Safety, which identified that more than 50% of those surveyed had not been shown how to correctly fit a new child car seat at the time of purchase; and more than 10% were not confident about their ability to fit one safely.
The new App is currently available for iPhone and Android devices for free download. Features include expert advice on choosing the correct type of seat for your child, a fully searchable list of upcoming car seat checking events throughout Scotland, tips for buying and fitting seats, real life case studies and the latest news regarding child safety and the Good Egg campaign.
The App can be found for download on the new-look campaign website www.protectchild.co.uk. Users can also search “Good Egg Safety” in their App store.
Arnold Clark, chairman and chief executive of Arnold Clark Automobiles, which supports Good Egg Safety, said: “We’re passionate about getting this message to as many mums and dads as possible.
"We know technology is moving very fast and the smart phone is a big part of many people’s lives. All the information is still available in our popular booklets and on our website but we wanted to make it as accessible as possible for the new generation of smart phone parents.”
For more information contact Jan Deans on 07980 851360.
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