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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.
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Helpful Information for Leaner Driver.
Free UK Highway Code.
For Disabled Driver's. 

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Seat belt and child safe law

  • All new cars must have front and rear seat belts fitted, and they must be used.
  • Older cars without seat belts do not need to have them fitted and worn, however, if they are fitted in older cars they must be worn.
  • In 1983, the wearing of the front seat belts became compulsory for adults
  • In 1991, the wearing of rear seat belts became compulsory.
  • In September 2006 it became compulsory for all children under 12 years and under 135 cm to use child restraints.
  • All children under three years old must use an appropriate child restraint when travelling in any car or goods vehicle (except in the rear of a taxi if a child seat is not available).
  • Children aged three years old or more and up to 135 cm (approx 4ft 5ins) in height must use an appropriate child restraint when travailing in cars or goods vehicles fitted with seat belts.  (Few Exceptions are permitted.)
  • Rear-facing baby seats must not be used in a seat with an active front air-bag
  • From May 2009, where a seat belt is provided, the number of people carried in the rear of the vehicles may not exceed the number of seat belt or child restraints available.
  • From May 2008, only child restraints complying with the new UN ECE REG 44.03 or later standard may be used.
  • Drivers are responsible for the wearing of seat belts and the use of an appropriate child seat or booster by children under than 14 years of age.
  • Penalties for offenders are currently a £30.00 fixed penalty notice or a maximum fine of £500.00 if the case goes to Court.

Permitted exceptions

There is special exemption for children over three year on an occasional journey (EG unforeseen emergency) over a short distance. The child must still use an adult belt and sit in the rear. This exemption is not for journeys such as the regular daily school run.

Children under three years old must always be carried in a child seat. The only exception is when they travel in the rear of a taxi and a child seat is not available at the time of travel.

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