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On the road with children.

On the road with children.

Travelling with the wee ones? Always a great adventure. Our tips and products provide you with the ideal preparation – and your safety does not suffer even in the case of the most tumultuous excursion.

Safe on the road with a child seat.

For small passengers under 12 years of age and 1.50 m. A child seat must be included. A child seat must be included. Anyone who ignores this not only risks a fine– but much more importantly, the safety of his or her child.

Ideal protection – even against complicated fitting.

Child Seats from Volkswagen Accessories
Ideal protection – even against complicated fitting.

Your child has different needs at every age, be that falling asleep gently or having enough elbow-room to play. That’s why we have also developed a different child seat for every age group.

What distinguishes Child Seats from Volkswagen Accessories?
Child seats from Volkswagen Accessories provide ideal protection even in the event of a side impact, even surpassing the requirements laid down in standard ECE-R44/04. And thanks to the ISOFIX anchorage system, they are a perfect fit for your Volkswagen and are – click – quickly and securely installed. Even if, now and then, all hell breaks loose.

Comfortable safety.

Even the longest journey becomes child’s play like this.

Volkswagen checklist - kids

Favourite cuddly toy, Max, something to drink and some nappies: What is it best to take with you when you go on long journeys with your wee ones? We have compiled a brief checklist for you. Like this, you will quickly have everything in the car – and a whole load of fun in the luggage.

* Our checklists do not claim to be complete and are therefore not exhaustive.

The following should be taken:

  • Sunshade
  • Small, healthy snacks
  • Resealable drinks
  • Cushions & blanket
  • Sick and waste bags
  • Tissues
  • Play things and games
  • Children's CDs and MP3s
  • First-aid kit and emergency numbers

 Our checklists do not claim to be complete and are therefore not exhaustive.