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A New Level of Safety


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ECE R129/00|ECE R129/01|ECE R129/02|ECE R129/03

WHAT IS THE i-SIZE REGULATION?

i-Size is the EU safety regulation for child car seats (ECE R129). It was introduced in July 2013 to make child car seats easier to fit, provide better protection from side impacts and keep children rearward-facing for longer.

FIVE i-SIZE SAFETY ENHANCEMENTS

Make Classifications Easier

By measuring children according to their height rather than their weight

Promote Rear-Facing

It is mandatory to keep I-Size seats rear-facing until the child is a minimum of 15 months old

Make Seats Safer

A side impact test to ensure that the seats provide better protection from side impact collisions

Easier Installation

Reducing the risk of misuse and improper installation due to seats being secured by ISOFIX

Smarter Dummies

New generation dummies which more closely represent actual behaviour of real children

Make Classifications Easier

By measuring children according to their height rather than their weight

Promote Rear-Facing

It is mandatory to keep I-Size seats rear-facing until the child is a minimum of 15 months old

Make Seats Safer

A side impact test to ensure that the seats provide better protection from side impact collisions

Easier Installation

Reducing the risk of misuse and improper installation due to seats being secured by ISOFIX

Smarter Dummies

New generation dummies which more closely represent actual behaviour of real children

ECE R44/04 VS ECE R129 (i-Size)

ECE R44/04
Classified by a child’s weight
Rear Facing
till at least 9kg (approx. 9months)
Frontal & rear impact testing
P Dummies used in crash tests
ECE R44/04
Classified by a child’s height
Makes it simpler for parents to get the selection right car seat for each child
Makes rear-facing mandatory for at least 15 months
When a baby is rearward-facing, a baby’s head and neck will be fully supported in a potential impact, for a much longer period of time.
Frontal, rear & side impact testing
Improved protection for side and front impacts, with a focus on the prevention of head and neck injuries.
New Advanced Q Dummies
used in crash tests
The new version has more sensors, higher sensitivity and better reflects how a child’s body would react in an accident.

DID YOU KNOW?

In the event of a side impact accident, head injuries can be more fatal or dangerous compared to frontal impact accidents.

45%
Head Injuries
65%
Head Injuries

Source:CREST accidents database

i-Size
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