Welcome to Rear Facing Toddlers
For Rear Facing Car Seats For Children Up To Six Years Old
And Expert Child Seat Safety Advice
It is five times safer for children under five years old to travel rear facing in the car. Children are not little adults and their skeleton is not mature enough to cope with the forces of a crash in a forward facing car seat. Keeping them rear facing until they are at least five years old greatly reduces their chances of being seriously injured in a car accident.
Although we sell rear facing car seats in our online shop, it is always better to try a seat in your car before making your purchase, because not every seat fits in every car. For a car seat to be able to protect your little one, it needs to be installed and used correctly.
We offer a personal car seat advice and fitting service in and around South London, carried out by an Institution of Occupational Safety and Health qualified Child Seat Safety Adviser.
You can book an appointment to check the seats you already have, to find out what your options are once your baby grows out of the infant car seat, or to learn everything you need to know before buying a car seat for your newborn.