Klippan child safety in the car

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Why travel in the rear-facing position?

The development of the neck, muscles and skeleton is not at the same level in a small baby as in an adult.

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Klippan Opti129 car seat
Gr 1-2



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Klippan's focus is on child safety. Here are some reasons and measures that support the idea of rear-facing the child as much as possible with Klippan car seats:

1.    Frontal Impact Safety:

•    Research and studies show that the rear-facing position provides significantly better protection in the event of a frontal impact. The child's head, neck and spine are better protected when traveling in this direction.

2.    Less Stress on the Neck and Head:

•    Toddlers have proportionally larger and weaker heads and necks compared to the rest of their bodies. By traveling rear-facing, the stress on the neck and head is greatly reduced during an accident.

3.    Distribution of Forces:

•    In a frontal impact, forces are distributed more evenly across the child's back area in a rear-facing position, rather than concentrating on the neck and head.

4.    Reduced Risk of Serious Injury:

•    Studies show that rear-facing riding significantly reduces the risk of serious injuries compared to forward-facing seats, especially in younger children.

5.    Compatibility with Physical Development:

•    Rear-facing car seats, such as those offered by Klippan, are designed to adapt to children's physical development and provide a more natural and safe position for their growth.

6.    Greatest Allowed Weight and Height:

•    Many rear-facing car seats allow children to be carried rear-facing for longer periods as they are designed to accommodate greater weight and height compared to forward-facing seats.

7.    Compliance with Safety Regulations:

•    In many countries, road safety regulations recommend or even require the use of rear-facing seats for an extended period of time for younger children.

It is important to note that each child is unique and specific recommendations may vary. It is recommended to follow the manufacturer's instructions and local traffic safety laws, and consider rear-facing as much as possible to maximize the child's safety in the car.

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