CHILD SEATS IN MOTORHOMES AND CAMPERVANS
We care about the safety of your family while you travel around Australia. Therefore, we have provided you with this information to help you decide which rental vehicle is the right one for you and your children.
The law in Australia states that children up to seven years of age are to be safely fastened in a child restraint as follows –
|Age of Child||Size of Child||Child Seat Type||Correct Position in Vehicle|
|0-6 Months||0-9 kgs||Rear Facing||Rear Row of Seats|
|6 Months – 4 Years||9-18 kgs||Forward Facing||Rear Row of Seats|
|4 – 7 Years||14-26 kgs||Booster Seat||Front or Rear Row of Seats|
The ages specified above are only a guide for the safety of your child. If your child is too small for the child seat specified for their age keep them in their current restraint for as long as necessary. Alternatively, if your child is too large for a restraint specified for their age, move them to the next level of child seat.
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For pick ups after 1 April 2020
Child Seats in our Motorhomes
Refer below for the number of child seats able to be fitted to each motorhome.
|Motorhome||Seats Allowed||Rear Facing||Forward Facing||Booster Seats|
|2 Berth Hitop||1||0||0||1|
|2 Berth Sandpiper||1||0||0||1|
|4 Berth Seeker||3||2||2||3|
|6 Berth Discovery||3||2||2||3|
|6 Berth Deluxe||3||2||2||3|
Child Seat Positioning
The correct positioning of the child seats are listed below for motorhomes and campervans provided by Cruisin’ Motorhomes.
The booster seat is to be fitted to the front passenger seat on the window side with the diagonal lap-sash seatbelt. Any other travellers will need to sit in the middle seat.
The booster seat is to be fitted to the front passenger seat with the diagonal lap-sash seat belt. Please refer to the green tick on the above diagram for directions on where to fit the seat.
Rear or forward facing child seats are fitted to the rear row of seats using the anchor points provided OR booster seats can be fitted to the rear row of seats with a diagonal lap-sash belt. A booster seat can be fitted to the front passenger seat for children over the age of four years old however Cruisin’ Motorhomes does not recommend this set up.
Rear or forward facing child seats are fitted to the rear forward facing dinette seat using the anchor points provided OR booster seats can be fitted to the rear dinette seats with a diagonal lap-sash belt. A booster seat can be fitted to the front passenger seat for children over the age of four years old however Cruisin’ Motorhomes does not recommend this set up.