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buckle me up™

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149.99 $149.99

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149.99 $149.99

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How it Works

buckle me up™ is a revolutionary, patented seatbelt monitoring and alert system for the rear seats of your car. Quite simply, if one of your passengers unbuckles as you’re driving along, both audio and visual alarms will immediately let you know.

Then you can ensure everyone is safely buckled up before you continue on your journey.

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Who is it for?

buckle me up™ is designed for children who are in either a booster seat or old enough to sit in the back seat in a standard adult lap-sash belt. According to the Government’s Child Restraint Guidelines recently legislated, as a rule this includes:

Booster seat: Children 4 to 7 years old
Adult lap-sash belt: Children 7 to 12 years old (or 145cm and taller)

So please be aware, buckle me up™ is not for infants and toddlers in rear-facing capsules and forward-facing harness restraint car seats. For more information, go to the NSW Government Transport for NSW site:

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What People Say

“Ninety-nine percent of people buckle up so I think the message of ‘got to get the seat belt on’ has got through to the community. One of the problems is that once you are buckled up, how do you know your children are still buckled up as you’re driving along?

buckle me up™ is a piece of technology that is solving a problem.

buckle me up™ is really simple to use and it will be very useful to families to know that not only are we putting our seat belts on but keeping them buckled up for the whole journey”.

Associate Professor Leanne Raven, CEO Sids and Kids

Did you know?


According to a NSW Government Centre for Road Safety Report, the number of fatalities of unrestrained vehicle occupants rose by 45% from 2013 to 2014.


Wearing a seatbelt reduces the risk of a fatal injury in a traffic incident by up to 75% for rear seat occupants, according to the World Health Organisation.

12x more

Children are 12 times more distracting to a driver than talking on a mobile phone while at the wheel, according to a 2013 study by Monash University Accident Research Centre.