Second-hand child restraints are potentially dangerous warns RACV

One in five second-hand child restraints was found to be unsuitable for sale in a recent RACV survey on the child restraint second-hand market online and in stores.

Any new parent would know that the costs that come with welcoming a new baby can be significant, so it’s no wonder many turn to the internet and stores for a second-hand bargain.

To help parents make wise decisions when considering buying a second-hand child restraint, RACV recently investigated the second-hand child restraint market to see what the quality and safety was of child restraints available to parents in stores and online.

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