Keeping our children safe Baby Car Seats Types of baby car seats Where to get more information Baby Car Seat Motor Vehicle Registry To ﬁnd out about putting in anchor points in your Capsule car contact the Motor Vehicle Registry. For babies up to 6 months of age Alice Springs: 8951 5297 - (up to 9 kilos). Katherine: 8973 8790 Darwin: 8999 3133 Baby Seat/Convertible or your community police station that has Motor Vehicle Registry services. Baby Seat A list of inspectors in the Northern Territory can Babies to be found at www.mvr.nt.gov.au toddlers - (up to 18 kilos). Road Safety To ﬁnd out why baby car seats are important, visit www.roadsafety.nt.gov.au Young Child Seat Phone: 8924 7019 or 1800 720 144 Email: email@example.com Child Seat Up to 5 years - (14 to 26 kilos). Community Health Clinics Seatbelts Seatbelts Everyone must always wear a seatbelt. Why baby car seats should be used Where to buy a baby car seat How to ﬁt a baby car seat New road laws in the Northern Territory say Baby car seats can be bought from large children under one year must be carried in department stores and baby shops in towns a baby car seat when travelling in a car. and some community stores. Ask at the shop for help, to make sure you are Baby car seats are used to protect babies and picking the right baby car seat. small children when travelling in a car and may save their life, if they are in an accident. Baby car seats should always be used and must be joined to the proper place in the car. Baby car seats are the best way to stop little children from getting badly hurt in a car accident. Road Safety’s choice… Everyone should always wear a seatbelt. It is a good idea to buy a “convertible” baby car seat because you can protect your baby for longer. Most cars already have places to join the Convertibles are suitable for babies from birth baby car seat. These are called anchor points. to young children up to ﬁve years or 18 kilos. The locations of anchor points are sometimes different, but they are usually behind the back Always place children in the back seat of a car. seat. If you can not ﬁnd the anchor points, The back seat is much safer than the front seat. the local mechanic may be able to help. If you need help putting in a baby car seat go to the local mechanic. Road Safety and the community health clinic can also help with your questions.