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Demand for Information on child car seats continues apace.

15 September 2011

Five years on from the introduction of a new child car seat law, there is still huge demand from parents for information about how to keep their children safe on the road,  the award-winning web site Child Car Seats managed by RoSPA is a wonderful source of knowledge and advice.

More than 129,000 visits to RoSPA’s child car seats website  were recorded in August - an average of more than 4,000 visits per day. The only time the website has seen more traffic was in the weeks around the introduction of the new law, which happened on September 18, 2006.

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