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Who we are

Who is #CARSEATFULLSTOP?

 

#CARSEATFULLSTOP is a national car seat awareness initiative that launched in July 2016.  Local mom, Mandy Lee Miller, who is a blogger and entrepreneur, began researching and learning more on car seat safety and it grew from there. You may hear us on radio, see us in the news online and occasionally on TV. We support Western Cape Government educational drives, support internationally recognised NPO Wheel Well and are proud brand ambassadors for the Ford Everest. We are heading into Cape Town nursery schools with our #CARSEATFULLSTOP for kids programme soon, teaching SA children to advocate for themselves and their safety.

 

The #CARSEATFULLSTOP goal is to create and maintain high levels of awareness of the critical importance of child safety seats in every child under the age of 12. We offer well researched, educated, responsible guidance for South African families to keep their little ones safe on our roads.

 

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As an awareness initiative, our call to action is for people to follow the campaign, specifically on social media… And SHARE all the content as far and wide as you can. With AA statistics saying that up to 93% of people aren’t strapping in their kids… We ALL know somebody who is adding to that number.

 

Who is the #CARSEATFULLSTOP team?

 

The #CARSEATFULLSTOP team changes every year. We are parents – bloggers, personalities, brands and celebrities from around South Africa. We share our own experiences and learnings on car seats and car seat safety… But ensure we get the facts right through careful research and oversight from Mandy. We are parents just like you… Wanting to use what we have learned to help you keep your little ones safe on our roads.

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*A note: The only car seat focused pages and groups we support and are affiliated with are:

The #CarseatFullstop page

The #CarseatFullstop group

Safe seats with #CarseatFullstop

Wheel Well

Car Seats for Kids.

We are in no way affiliated to and we do not support the alternative South African groups sharing car seat information.

One share, seen by one person, who straps in one child, saves a life.