The Booster Tag

Transport Accident Commission + Royal Automobile Club of Victoria

Issue 55 | July 2020


Australian child restraint laws currently focus on age as an indicator of when a child should move out of a booster seat and into an adult restraint. However, paediatric research has shown that height is a far safer measure, recommending children should stay in a booster seat until they’re at least 145cm tall. With less than 3% of children reaching 145cm by the time they turn 7, parents needed to know that booster seat safety is about height, not age. Two of Victoria’s most trusted brands, RACV and TAC joined together to educate parents around car booster seat safety.

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