In a testament to the importance of car seat laws, Queensland has recently raised the bar by introducing a set of new regulations designed to make on-road journeys safer for children. These laws will dictate the type of car seat children of each weight class must use, along with the hefty fines awaiting drivers who break the rules. The inside of a fast-moving vehicle is never going to be risk-free, but choosing an effective car seat option for your child in every phase of their youth will afford them a great deal more protection, and extra peace of mind for you.
Flying cars may not have taken over the skies as predicted in Back To The Future II but one particular automobile has grown exponentially (in strength and technology) over the last few decades – the Electric Vehicles (EV). Battery-operated automobiles have been around since the 19th century but it was only in 2017 that EV became truly mainstream thanks to tech innovation, a need for renewable energy, and the introduction of ‘cheaper’ models. Though fully electric vehicles currently only make up 2% of the global market data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (along with the right policies in place – of course) has suggested that electric cars will be cheaper than their petroleum counterparts by 2025.