Survey seeks to improve child car seat website

11.23 | 14 May | | 0 comment

RoSPA has launched a survey to evaluate its child car seat website and identify ways it can be improved.

The website, www.childcarseats.org.uk, provides advice and information to anyone responsible for transporting infants and children. It covers the types of car seats available, child car seat fitting and compatibility, the law and issues around carrying other people’s children.

The website is also home to 16 short films, published in April, which cover the four main types of child car seat: rear facing seats, front facing seats, booster seats and high-backed booster seats.

Responses to the survey, which should take around 15 minutes to complete and is anonymous, will inform future content and enhancements to the website.

A report summarising the findings and recommendations of the survey will be published on the Road Safety Evaluation website.

Click here to complete the survey, or for more information contact Rebecca Needham via email or on 0121 248 2149.


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