History of the development of children's car seats
In the early 1960s, in order to protect the safety of children riding cars, Europeans invented car child safety seats.
Since the 1980s, countries such as Europe and the United States have introduced relevant regulations to force children to use car child safety seats when riding.
In January 2010, the revised C-NCAP Collision Rules was implemented, and the safety evaluation standards for children's rides were included in the C-NCAP evaluation system for the first time.
Since July 1, 2012, China’s first national standard for children’s rides, the “Constrained System for Motor Vehicle Children’s Crew”, was officially implemented.
On November 8, 2012, the China Automotive Technology and Research Center advocated the November 8th of each year as the "Children's Safety Day".