It's not all over, some states legally require a restraint for a child under 12 months. However in QLD it's not a requirement
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13-12-2013 21:02 #21
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13-12-2013 22:03 #23
I think you've got the right idea OP. it might be legal for them to travel without a car seat, but its definitely not safer if they're with a pro driver. A truck travelling to closely will still hit you, a car running a red light can still clean you up. It's not worth the risk and I personally wouldn't do it.
13-12-2013 22:17 #24Senior Member
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To add to this you can take your own seat with you and taxis must have an anchor point. All well and good but what do you do with the seats at the other end? I guess it depends on why you are catching a cab.
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