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  • By law, children must be restrained appropriately at all times when travelling in a car in Australia.
  • Make sure you choose the right restraint for your child and your vehicle.
  • Restraints need to be fitted and used correctly.
  • Travelling with children can be challenging, but there are things you can do to make the journey easier and safer.
  • Only move children to the next category of restraint once they are too big for their current restraint. 

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Reviewed on: 06-05-2019