List of Compatibility Issues Between CRS and Vehicles

This is a list of incompatible combination between a child restraint system (CRS) and vehicle. The CRS or vehicles in this list does not mean they are poorly designed or constructed, but rather the fitting between the two does not match. This list serves only as a guide for parents looking for a CRS that … Continue reading List of Compatibility Issues Between CRS and Vehicles

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Headrest / Head Restraint

Untuk membaca artikel ini di dalam Bahasa Melayu, sila klik di sini. Head restraint, which is commonly known as a headrest, is an automotive safety feature attached or integrated into the top of the vehicle seat. Head restraint functions to limit the rearward movement of the adult occupant‚Äôs head, relative to the torso during a … Continue reading Headrest / Head Restraint

Penyandar / Penahan Kepala

To read this article in English, please click here. Penyandar kepala atau penahan kepala merupakan ciri keselamatan automotif yang dipasang atau disatukan ke bahagian atas setiap kerusi kenderaan. Penyandar kepala di dalam kenderaan berfungsi menghadkan pergerakan kepala ke belakang bagi orang dewasa semasa perlanggaran berlaku, dengan itu mencegah atau mengurangkan kecederaan lecut (whiplash) iaitu kecederaan … Continue reading Penyandar / Penahan Kepala

CRS Usage Tips: Chest Clip

Jika anda ingin membaca artikel ini di dalam Bahasa Melayu sila tekan di sini. You've read about chest clip before. If you're using an FMVSS 213 approved CRS from USA, you'll bound to find a chest clip in your child restraint. It's now the time to learn HOW to use it correctly. Chest clip or … Continue reading CRS Usage Tips: Chest Clip

CRS Usage Tips: Klip Dada

If you want to read this article in English, please click here. Anda telah membaca tentang klip dada sebelum ini di sini. Anda hanya akan jumpa klip dada jika anda menggunakan kerusi keselamatan kanak-kanak yang diluluskan mengikut piawaian FMVSS 213 di USA. Kini adalah masanya untuk belajar bagaimana menggunakannya dengan betul. Klip dada sepatutnya dipasang … Continue reading CRS Usage Tips: Klip Dada

Car Seat Parts 101: Klip Dada

Chest clip atau 'klip dada' adalah klip yang terdiri daripada dua bahagian yang diklipkan bersama dan digunakan untuk memegang dua tali keledar anak supaya ia kekal berada di atas bahu dan dada anak semasa dalam perjalanan. Kebanyakan kanak-kanak pada umur tertentu akan sentiasa cuba untuk mengeluarkan diri dari dibelenggu tali keledar dengan mengeluarkan tangan mereka. … Continue reading Car Seat Parts 101: Klip Dada

Car Seat Check: January 2018

Last Satuday, 27th of January, we had our very first car seat check in 2018. It's a full-on check back to back with 34 registrations (four out of those cancelled prior to event). However, only 21 child restraint systems (CRS) were checked due to some last minute cancellations and one CRS checked for a walk-in … Continue reading Car Seat Check: January 2018

Car Seat Parts 101: Chest Clip

Chest clip or also known as 'retainer clip' is a two-part clip that is used to buckle the two harness straps together so it stays on the shoulder and chest of a child during a journey. Most children at a certain level of development will want to 'escape' from being retained in a harness by … Continue reading Car Seat Parts 101: Chest Clip

Car Seat Parts 101: Shoulder Pads

Ini adalah bahagian pada kerusi keselamatan kanak-kanak yang paling dikenali ibubapa kerana ia agak mudah dilihat dan dikenalpasti. Shoulder pads atau 'pad bahu' adalah alas pada tali keledar kanak-kanak. Ia melindungi leher kanak-kanak terutamanya bayi dari terkena bibir tali keledar yang agak kasar. Sesetengah pad bahu ini mempunyai permukaan bawah antigelincir yang dapat memberi cengkaman … Continue reading Car Seat Parts 101: Shoulder Pads

Secure Installation of CRS: Removing Vehicle’s Seat Headrest & Reclined Angle

When we're doing our carseat checks we often came across an unsecure installation of the child restraint system (CRS). The reasons for such problem, particularly in a forward facing CRS are the recline angle of the vehicle's seat backrest and the headrest. One of the key in getting a secure installation of the CRS is … Continue reading Secure Installation of CRS: Removing Vehicle’s Seat Headrest & Reclined Angle