Herald Sun - Motoring - - Readers Write - Jonathan Rose Se­nior Man­ager, Prod­uct Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, GMHolden

I just wanted to say the story in Cars­guide about child re­straints was spot on. It’s a sub­ject Holden is pas­sion­ate about, hav­ing pro­vided free child re­straint check­ing ser­vices to lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties since 2001.

Our lat­est pro­gram, Buckle Up Kids, kicked off in Fe­bru­ary; it’s be­ing pi­loted in Vic­to­ria with plans to ex­pand to other states.

It has been de­signed to ed­u­cate par­ents to cor­rectly fit and ad­just their child seats, not just in Hold­ens but all cars.

The pro­gram of­fers safety checks at events held by child­care cen­tres, kindies, pri­mary schools and Vic­to­rian Holden deal­ers.

A pro­fes­sional fit­ter is on hand to ad­vise par­ents on what can of­ten be a tricky task. I thought you might like to let your read­ers know about this. They can take ad­van­tage of the ser­vice and/or ap­ply for a Buckle Up Kids event by vis­it­ing au/buck­le­up­kids.

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