What’s it all about?

The Car Seat ID is a sticker placed on the side of a car seat, to assist emergency services in identifying children in cars when responding to a motor vehicle accidents when there is no one at the scene able to do so.

The sticker also contains 2 emergency contacts, which allows emergency services to pass the information on to hospital staff to appropriately contact next of kin for the child.

How do I use it?

The sticker will be made available at various community events across the country, supported by our Fire and Emergency, Police, and Plunket colleagues. Once you get your hands on a sticker, fill it out alongside the guide below and stick it somewhere on the side of your child's car seat; it should be clearly visible when the door is open (It doesn’t need to be visible through the window).

 Guide in case of emergency

How do I get my Car seat ID Sticker?

Please note the Car Seat ID Stickers are currently out of stock

You can find Car Seat ID Stickers across our 43 St John Stores nationwide. Find the closest shop to you here

How do I get my community group/event involved?

Please note the Car Seat ID Stickers are currently out of stock

We’d love to get these stickers out far and wide across the nation. If you have a community event/group and want to distribute some of these stickers, email us at carseatid@stjohn.org.nz

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