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In Berlin, can we take a taxi without a child seat? - Hamburg Forum
In Berlin, can we take a taxi without a child seat? Hello - We travel this Wednesday for 5 to Berlin. We discuss whether we need to take our child seat for our 6mos old child. We already take your pram and we don't often intend to drive in cabs, but maybe to/from the airports.
In Berlin, can we take a taxi without a child seat? When I have understood rightly, the legislation is about the same across the EU - no car seat needed for brief trips in an emergency. What is more, the EU has a single car seat. It may be better to pre-book a car rental and specify a car seat. In Berlin, can we take a taxi without a child seat?
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Babyexpertin Lisa Galliers said: "The Doona is an innovation and one that will attract many new mothers. For those who go to the stores on a regular basis and do not want a pram to take up precious luggage room seats, we see the attraction. It is currently recommended not to keep a child in a car seat longer than necessary as this may cause respiratory problems.
On its website, Simple Parenting warned that babies should not be allowed on the seat for long periods of inactivity. Could you keep your kid on the seat while he turns? When you are concerned about getting debris from the bikes to your car - don't be afraid to put a handkerchief or wipe over the seat as this is not secure.