Volvo Car UK is delighted to announce their continued involvement with The Baby Show as headline sponsor. With a modern range of cars that are versatile and family-friendly, as well as a renowned reputation for being at the forefront of safety technology, Volvo is the ideal car company to sponsor The Baby Show.
Visit Volvo Car UK on the Out and About stand and find out about the innovations and advice specifically for pregnant women and parents with small children, including the new child car seat legislation. Visitors can also experience the range of modern, versatile family-friendly cars including the stylish Volvo V50 Sportswagon, the all-new Volvo V70 estate and the award winning 7-seat Volvo XC90 sports utility vehicle.
Volvo’s safety philosophy is based on a holistic approach which sees real life accident data incorporated in new car designs and tested at Volvo’s Safety Centre in Sweden – the most advanced in the world. In an increasingly busy traffic environment, Volvo’s latest aids to safety, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) and IDIS (Intelligent Driver Information System) are designed to help prevent accidents.
Volvo was also the first car manufacturer to develop crash-test child-safety components to optimise protection for the most important members of your family. Volvo also developed the world’s first pregnant crash test dummy model so its experts can learn more about the impacts of the seat belt and airbag on a mother and unborn baby in car accidents.
Taking place at Earls Court, London 19-21 October, ExCeL, London 29 February-2 March 2008 and Birmingham NEC 16-18 May 2008, The Baby Show are three day events dedicated to pregnancy, birth, babies and toddlers – a great day out with the chance to try and buy all the essentials you need and get expert information and advice.
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