Children up to a certain age are required to have age specific car seats or boosters

Israeli law requires that all passengers in a car use a seat belt. In addition the following rules apply for children:

Babies aged up to 1 year must be seated in an appropriate seat facing opposite to the direction of travel.

Children aged 1 - 3 must be seated in an appropriate car seat facing in the direction of travel.

Children aged 3 - 8 must be seated in a booster seat. 

Children aged 8 and up should be strapped in, using the car's regular seat belt.

Children should never be seated in a child seat or booster opposite an active air bag.

 

Regulations taken from the website of the Israel National Road Safety Authority

 

 

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09 Dec 2015 / 27 Kislev 5776 0