In-car safety can be a confusing area for parents and carers. They may find that they aren’t completely clear about the law, are unsure of the safest way for their child to travel, aren’t using the most appropriate restraint or have badly fitting child car seats or booster seats which put their child at risk.
“Active safety” is used to refer to technology assisting in the prevention of a crash and “passive safety” to components of the vehicle (primarily airbags, seatbelts and the physical structure of the vehicle) that help to protect occupants during a crash. Whether you have children or are expecting a little one, it’s important to understand the proper seat belt fit and position for your kids and yourself, and to make sure everyone buckles up every time.
Once, the Saab has delivered In-Car Safety Leaflet with every new car. The leaflet looks very similar to those we see in airplane seats. Not bad reminder and can act instructive to children who sit in the rear seats.
Download free this Saab leaflet in PDF format, print it, and plastify (wrap in plastic) it. This leaflet will be a nice addition to your Saab.
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