When to move to the next type of restraint
Since 2011, all approved child restraints will have markings on the seat that show the upper and lower seated shoulder height of the child.
You can move your child to the next type of restraint when their seated shoulder height is above the top mark on the restraint.
In this guide:
- Types of child restraints
- When to move to the next type of restraint
- Installing a child restraint
- Where children should sit
- Exemptions from complying with standard child restraint laws