Rent Daily Nania Drive Economy Executive (9 – 18kg)
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Group 0-1 car seat which is suitable from birth to 18 kg (approx. 4 years). The seat is used rearward facing from birth to 10kg, and forward-facing between 9-18kg (approx 9 months to 4 years). The seat is easy to install in the car and has excellent usability. It has side impact protection and comes with a removable body support cushion and chest pads and a head support cushion. There are also individual harness tensioners for extra security.
Excellent side impacts protection.
Car seat features:
- Car seat group 0 plus and 1.
- Suitable for children birth to 4 years.
- Suitable for children from birth to 18kg.
- Only use in the front seat if there is no active airbag.
- For use with 3 point seat belts.
- Forward and rear-facing.
- Side impact protection.
- 5 point harness.
- Individual harness tensioners.
- Harness sleeves and quick release buckle.
- Multi-recline – 5 recline positions.
- Body support cushions for younger children.
- Padded seat.
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Child seat groups
Child car seats are organized into types, or groups, according to the weight of the infant and it’s illegal for your child to be in the wrong type of seat for their weight.
It’s also vital that your child is in the correct seat for their size or they could be inadequately protected and possibly at risk from the seat itself – if, for example, the harness were to press on the wrong part of their body in an accident.
The official child seat groups are as follows:
Group 0 – newborn to 10 kg Group 0+ – newborn to 13kg Group 1 – children 9-18kg Group 2 – children 15-25kg Group 3 – children 22-36kg
It is also the ideal to make use of a rearward-facing seat as long as possible. In South Africa, the law states that children under 10 kg need to be rearward facing, but the research shows us that neck injuries decline when children are in the rearward facing positions for as long as possible. The standard in Europe is between 4 and 8 years in a rearward position.
Most of our economy executive seats are forward-facing, but if you prefer a rearward-facing seat, please request via email your request.
Why are car seats important?
All vehicle occupants need to be properly restrained by seat belts or child safety seats to prevent injury in case of a sudden stop, swerve or crash. Seat belts and car seats contact the strongest parts of the body, spread crash forces over a wide area, help slow down the body and protect the brain and spinal cord.
Visit AAA’s Car Seat Guide to find the right seat and fit for your child.
(This information is courtesy of Safe Seats 4 Kids)