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RAC teams up with Cosatto for child car seat

The RAC has launched its first ever child car seat as it aims to bring the trust associated with its name in the world of driving into the parent and baby products market.

The new Come and Go i-Rotate car seat has been produced for the RAC by baby products  Cosatto and is available via the RAC online shop, and Halfords as well as a host of independent retailers.

Suitable for children from birth to 105cm (approx. four years old), the Group 0+/1 seat offers increased protection through its extended rear-facing Isofix design. It is i-Size compliant and features an exclusive five-point plus anti-escape system as well as easy-access rotation.

“Safety on our roads has always been an important issue for the RAC, so teaming up with Cosatto to develop a pioneering car seat packed with the latest safety innovations was an easy decision,” said
RAC Shop spokesperson Sophie Steane.

“Together, we believe we have created a car seat that both parents and children will love. It combines excellent safety features with greater ease of use as well as some really eye-catching designs,” she continued.

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