DO NOT use the child seat on a
passenger seat fitted with an active
front airbag unless your vehicle
manufacturer confirms that it is safe.
DO NOT use anything, such as a cushion or coat,
to raise the child seat off the passenger seat. In an
accident the child seat and your car seat belts would
not be able to protect your child as well as they should.
DO NOT use the child seat in the home. It has not
been designed for home use and should only be used
in your car.
DO NOT attempt to dismantle, modify or add to any
part of the child seat or change the way its harness
or your car seat belts are made or used. The official
approval is no longer valid if modifications are made.
NO modifications may be made to the child seat
other than by the manufacturer.
DO NOT leave children alone in your car, even for a
DO NOT leave loose objects, such as luggage
or books, in the back of your car. They must be
properly secured, because if you have to stop your
car suddenly loose objects will keep moving and can
then cause serious injuries. Large and heavy loose
objects are a particular risk.
DO NOT leave folding passenger seats unlatched. If
you have to stop your car suddenly a loose seat back
could injure your child.
DO NOT allow children to play with or adjust the
DO keep this user guide in the user guide storage
DO cover the child seat if your car is left in direct
sunlight. Fittings can become hot to touch in sunny
weather and the cover may become faded.
DO make sure that the child seat does not become
trapped by a folding passenger seat or in the door of
DO make sure that you adjust the harness to fit the
clothes your child is wearing before each journey – a
fitting for winter clothes may be too slack for a child
wearing summer clothes.
You must ensure that you follow these instructions carefully and correctly. If this seat is not fitted
securely and your child is not strapped in correctly, your child and other passengers ar