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Claire is a full trained Car Restraint Technician (CRT)
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Keep your children safe with Sitting Safe

Come see us for all your car seat needs and support!

As licensed Child Restraint Technicians, Sitting Safe are experts in child car seats, offering expert advice to parents on what is an appropriate form of car seat for a child’s age and stage. Rear and forward facing information and education is available. We supply and install a range of quality capsule, rear, convertible, and forward facing car seats, as well as harnessed boosters, and seat belt booster seats.

Sitting Safe’s trained technicians are qualified installers for all types of baby and child vehicle restraints and booster seats, to ensure the safety of your most precious cargo.

We only stock what we would be happy to put our own children into! Come and get real advice based on your own situation.

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Sitting Safe - Blog

Just because its for sale doesn’t mean its safe.

Just because its for sale doesn’t mean its safe.

An educational and informative blog on the concerns of generic 3 in 1 boosters sold on the New Zealand Market by The Car Seat Dude.

There is no doubt as parents and caregivers we want the safest seat we can afford to keep our children safe should a crash occur. There is this sense of “well if its for sale, it must be safe”, yet this child restraint is available for sale throughout New Zealand, as a generic frame, with which numerous manufacturers place different covers on.

August 29, 2019 by Claire McGowan
Happy International Women's Day!

Happy International Women's Day!

I am enough - International Women's Day
March 08, 2019 by Claire McGowan
SUV's - Family Vehicles, or not?

SUV's - Family Vehicles, or not?

So a 7 seater should fit 7 people right?
If only it was this easy! Hopefully this makes it a little easier of what to look out for when you are looking for your next vehicle - especially if you are planning more than 2 children. 
August 26, 2018 by Claire McGowan

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