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THE SUMMER IS COMING !.

The Summer Is Coming
 
With the summer coming! "Please make sure that you don't leave any pet's in the car because of the heat it makes can turn your car in to an oven .
" Keep all Pet's Safe. For Information On Pet Safety In The Summer And Other Information Click On Link Below.
 
www.pdsa.org.uk
 
www.highways.gov.uk
 
 
Blue Badge Helpful Information.
 
www.bluebadgenetwork.org
 
Helpful Information for Leaner Driver.
Free UK Highway Code.
 
www.learnerdriving.com
 
For Disabled Driver's.
www.motability.co.uk
 
www.hants.gov.uk/roadsafety
 

 
www.saferroadspartnership.co.uk 
 


 
Take Care When You Are At The Sea-side And Don't Take The Risk? Of Playing Dangerous  Games.
www.mcga.gov.uk


 
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Make sure your child is safe

Do:

  • Use only an approved restraint suitable for your child’s weight and size.
  • Use restraints approved to the latest standard, (UN ECE Regulation 44.03). These fit modern cars better and give improved protection for your child.
  • Ensure that the restraint is compatible with your car. Check the seat manufacturer’s list, ask the retailer to demonstrate how to install the seat, or ask for advice from the car manufacturer.
  • Make sure that the restraint is fitted securely in the car, following the manufacturer’s instructions.  Retain them for future reference.
  • Carry children in the rear seat of the car if possible.  Rear-Facing infant carriers must not be used on front-passenger seat where a passenger airbag is fitted. Close proximity to the airbag could result in severe injury, or even death, to the child if the bag inflates.
  • Adjust the harness for a tight but comfortable fit each time your child uses the seat.
  • Check the restraint installation regularly to ensure that fixing straps or seat belts have not worked loose.
  • Check the restraint condition regularly and renew it if there are any signs of cracking in the shell or fraying or cuts in the webbing.
  • Ensure that your child understands the importance of being safely strapped in each time for every journey.
  • Cover the seat when parking on hot days to avoid burning the child on hot metal fittings when you return.

Do not:

  • Carry children unrestrained, no matter how short the journey is.
  • Fit a rear-facing baby seat in the front seat of any car with a passenger airbag
    Buy a restraint unless you are certain that it will fit properly in your car. No ”universal restraint” fits correctly in all cars.
  • Buy as second-hand restraint unless you know the full history, it still has all instructions and complies with the new regulations.
  • Use a restraint that has  been involved in a car crash.
    Hold a child in your arms or put the seat belt around both of you. In a Accident your weight will crush your child, causing seriously injury or death.
  • Allow children to release buckles. 
  • Modify your child’s seat.
  • Use an ordinary cushion instead of a child booster cushion. In an accident it could fly out, allowing the child to slide under the seatbelt.
  • Leave your children unattended in a car at any time.

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