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Perodua gives away 100 child seats

CarSifu logo CarSifu 12/6/2018

PETALING JAYA: Perodua distributed 100 GearUp child seats to motorists at three highway rest areas in Peninsular Malaysia, as part of its on-going five-year Road Safety Campaign which was launched last October.

The Toddler seats were gifted to lucky Perodua drivers travelling with children aged roughly between two and six, at Petronas stations at Rawang (PLUS), Bentong (Karak Highway) and Seremban (KL-Seremban Highway) rest areas.

“This is the first time Perodua is organising such an event in collaboration with our partner Petronas and our panel of insurers,” said Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd Managing Director Datuk Dr Zahari Husin.

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“We took this special initiative because we care for the well-being of our customers and their families. We hope Malaysians will come to realise how important it is to keep children properly secured in child seats while on the move,” he added.

Introduced concurrently with the Road Safety Campaign in October, Perodua’s GearUp child seats are available in two models.

Both are ISOFIX compatible and satisfy ECE R44 safety standards.

The Infant seat, priced at RM622.50 (RM640 in East Malaysia), is suitable for infants weighing up to 13 kg, while the Toddler seat, priced at RM736 (RM754.50 in East Malaysia), is designed for children weighing 9-36 kg. All prices are introductory with 0% Goods and Services Tax (GST), valid until June 30.

“Over two million vehicles are expected to hit the roads this Raya. That’s a lot of vehicles, and naturally, there is a higher risk of collisions and accidents,” said Dr Zahari.

“Seat belts are designed to restrain adults and not children. Please secure your young ones in child seats, ideally in the back seat, and do not place them on your laps when the vehicle is in motion.

“Always buckle up in the front and in the back, use your turn signals and do not operate your mobile devices on the move. Above all, drive carefully and have a safe journey back to your hometown.”

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