Safety guide for strollers and travel systems

Travel (or Combined) systems and strollers are designed and made in compliance with safety regulations to ensure that:
• The child is safely nestled in the chair and does not risk falling out.
• The dimensions are such that no part of the body will get stuck.
• The structure has undergone static and dynamic load tests to ensure the stability of the blocking devices.
• The opening and closing mechanisms have been designed so that the stroller cannot accidentally fold up.
• The product is entirely stable and, under normal conditions of use, will not tip over.
• It has undergone mechanical resistance and stability tests to ensure that it can withstand normal daily use without breaking or warping.
• Tests have been done on the braking and parking mechanisms, the grip of the handles and rough terrain travel.
• It has no small parts that can be ingested.
• The materials and paints used are non-toxic and free from any ingredient that may be hazardous to human health.
• The instructions manual provides all the information and safety warnings you need to use the product correctly.
We suggest:
• That you carefully read the warnings found in the instruction manual. Any product, even when constructed in compliance with European law, may be dangerous if used improperly.
• Do not use a damaged product nor one that has been used before as there may be invisible damage (deteriorated materials due to age or improper storage) or it may not be compliant with current law.
• When buying a childcare product, take note of the age for which the item was designed.
• When you buy a product, especially a childcare product, make sure that either the wrapping or the product itself has a reference to an EC law: this guarantees that the product is in compliance with the general product safety laws.