We offer an impressive range of car seats from big name manufacturers such as Besafe and Britax and would encourage any parents who are unsure about which car seat to buy to pop into our Solihull showroom and test out the products we have on show.
Solihull, West Midlands (PRWEB UK) 2 October 2013
Online baby product and car seat retailer Baby Baby UK Ltd are giving parents the option to buy front facing or rear facing car seats. The Solihull-based family business is hoping that by giving customers as much information as possible they can assist them to make the right decision to keep youngsters safe whilst travelling in the car.
There has been a lot of publicity about the benefits of rear facing car seats as they may help to better protect the head, neck and spine of young children in a frontal crash. Research has shown that rearward facing car restraints provide better protection for older children and in many Scandanavian countries these seats are common. Here in the UK, however, usage of rear facing car seats is more rare.
In order to help promote the benefits of rear facing car seats, online retailer Baby Baby are increasing their range of Britax car seats. The well-known manufacturer is leading the way in terms of rearward facing car seats in the UK market and will be launching their new range of car seats next year, which enable parents to have their children rear facing for longer.
The Baby Baby website features a range of rear facing Britax and Besafe car seats – which can be purchased either online or in store. Baby Baby Director Vanessa Rogers said:
“We understand the importance of keeping children safe when travelling which is why we want to give parents the option to choose the car seats they feel will best protect their young ones. We offer an impressive range of car seats from big name manufacturers such as Besafe and Britax and would encourage any parents who are unsure about which car seat to buy to pop into our Solihull showroom and test out the products we have on show.”
Anyone wanting to learn more about the pros and cons of rear or forward facing car seats can visit the Baby Baby website or contact the store on 0121 744 6786.