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New ratings for 6 child car seats added
CREP has published new ratings for six child car seats. The ratings include three child car seats that can be used in forward facing mode with in-built harnesses for children aged from six months to eight years.
Kidsafe Australia joins partnership
The Child Accident Prevention Foundation of Australia (known as Kidsafe Australia) has recently become a member of the Child Restraint Evaluation Program (CREP).
New ratings for 10 child car seats
CREP has published new ratings for 10 child car seats. The ratings include two convertible child car seats that can be used in rear facing mode for children aged from 0 to 2.5 years, as well as ratings for five new ISOFix seats.
New ratings for 12 child car seats
CREP has published new ratings for 12 child car seats. The ratings include one convertible child car seat with three separate modes that can be used for newborns right through to children aged up to 8 years.
New ratings for 6 child car seats published
CREP has published new ratings for 6 child restraints. The ratings include two child car seats with ISOFIX attachments. CREP is a partnership between The National Roads & Motorists' Association, Transport for NSW (TfNSW), Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV), Transport Accident...
New ratings for 14 child car seats added
- CREP has released the test results for 14 popular child car seat models, with two seats awarded five stars in booster mode.
New ratings for 17 restraints released
CREP has published new ratings for 17 child restraints and booster seats which comply with the 2010 version of AS/NZS 1754. The ratings include one booster seat that can be used from 4 years to 10 years.
15 new restraints added
CREP has published ratings for 15 child restraints and booster seats which comply with the 2010 version of AS/NZS 1754. The ratings include one restraint that can be used from new born to 8 years.
CREP testing procedures revised
The CREP consortium has completed a review of its testing and rating methods to ensure CREP continues to raise the bar on child safety and provide consumers with relevant comparative information about the performance of child restraints being sold on the Australian market.