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Booster seat use based
on height, not age: AA
wo-thirds of AA Members are not sure when
school-age children
should move from a booster
seat to a normal seatbelt.
On November 1 the
mandatory use of child
restraints in vehicles was
extended by two years, with
all children required to be
correctly secured in an
approved restraint until their
seventh birthday — including booster seats.
However, regardless of
their age, AA and child
safety experts recommend
that children stay in a
booster seat until they reach
148cm in height. Seatbelts fit
people who are 148cm and
taller, which is why children
need booster seats, raising
them ‘up’ so that the adult
size seatbelt fits them correctly.
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aged kids in booster seats:
● No booster seat, no
trip. Tell them it’s the law.
● Tell them how it
works. A seatbelt is
designed for people 148cm
and taller so it sits across
the pelvis and ribcage,
spreading crash forces over
the strongest parts of our
skeleton.
● Let them pick their
boosters. It’s important that
children are comfortable
‘owning’ their booster seats.
So no Dora or Barney
boosters please! There is a
wide selection of cool and
inexpensive booster seats
that children can choose
from.
● Praise them. Praise
them every time they buckle
in their boosters. Praise
them for being role models
to their younger siblings
and to children at school.
roposals by ACC to base levies
for private motor vehicles on
their safety ratings are a welcome move says Motor Trade
Association (MTA).
Safety ratings would be based on
a system, developed by Melbourne’s
Monash University, that rates
vehicles on how well they protect
occupants from injury in a crash
situation.
With significant improvements in
active and passive safety systems in
recent times, the safety profile of the
national fleet now varies significantly.
Currently private petrol-powered
passenger vehicles are charged
$198.65 in ACC levies, while diesel
powered passenger vehicles are
charged $321.59. The levies are
charged as part of vehicle licensing
fees. Lowering these will be a
welcome move for many motorists.
The changes, proposed for the
2014/15 year, would mean the
lowest risk rated petrol-powered
passenger vehicles would face an
ACC levy of $98.65, with diesel
powered passenger vehicles in this
group facing an ACC levy of
$222.53.
MTA has previously submitted
that cars with a better safety rating
present less risk in event of a crash
to occupants — and thus a lower
cost, from an ACC perspective.
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‘‘We asked a random
sample of AA members what
height a child should be to
use a safety belt without a
booster seat and only 36.2
percent knew.’’
Making sure that child
and booster seats are
installed correctly is just as
important to keep children
safe and checks often find
that they are not properly
fitted.
Parents can get good
installation advice by visiting a Plunket car seat clinic,
or contacting an NZTAcertified child restraint technician at www.nzta.govt.nz/
childrestraints
You can also watch car
seat installation videos at
www.mysafekids.org.nz/
passengersafety.
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ates that half of New Zealand children still should be
using a booster seat at
10-years-old.
‘‘A seatbelt is designed to
sit across the pelvis and
ribcage, spreading crash
forces over the strongest
parts of our skeleton,’’ says
Safekids Aotearoa director
Ann Weaver.
When using seatbelts
that are too big for their size,
children can suffer severe
head, spine and abdominal
injuries in a crash.
‘‘Increasing the age that
children must use a child
restraint to seven is an
important step, but parents
need to know that keeping
school age kids in booster
seats until they reach 148cm
tall is going to keep them
safer in the event of a
crash,’’
says
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spokesperson
Dylan
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Nissan takes new
path with big SUV
BY DEAN TAYLOR
issan has gone down a new
path with the seven-seater
Pathfinder — releasing a
more refined, more car-like replacement for the popular SUV.
Driving the new 2WD ST model
from Jim Wright Nissan around
Otorohanga, the first impression
was how quiet the new model is.
The second was how well it drove
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Previously the Pathfinder was built on the
same ladder frame chassis as the Navara
utility vehicle— now it has a monocoque
platform.
It is lighter than the model it replaces, and
uses a proven petrol engine for motivation.
The 3.5 litre V6 makes 190kW of power and
325Nm of torque. The previous turbo-diesel
engine had more torque, but in the lighter
vehicle the V6 produces about the same
overall power.
It seems the petrol option is more squarely
aimed at family use — it is one of the reasons
the vehicle is quieter.
Power is delivered via a CVT transmission.
The new design is also more rounded and
aerodynamic — helping with drivability and
fuel economy.
In either the 2WD or 4WD models economy
is around 10l/100km.
Even in the base model the specifications
are impressive.
All models sit on 18’’ alloy wheels and have
independent suspension all round.
The ST models have cloth seat and door
trim — with leather steering wheel and
shifter.
All models have a 7’’ front display screen,
multifunctional, six speaker audio system, a
music server HD, steering wheel controls and
Tri-zone climate control aircon.
I enjoyed being in the driver’s seat, both
around town and on the rural roads.
Speed sensitive electric power steering
ensures the right mix of feel and precision in
all situations, and the CVT transmission
ensures the right mix of power or economy for
the driving conditions.
I also enjoyed the roominess of the
Pathfinder — helped by the new models
longer wheelbase.
With all seven-seaters, the options are
endless, and Nissan has gone all out with cup
holders, storage and configurations.
Access to the third row of seats is made
easier by a simple, one-step process that
neatly folds the middle seat down and moves
it as far forward as possible.
Naturally all seats fold away in various
configurations to provide stowage.
The Pathfinder uses an intelligent key
system, which operates central locking,
alarm and immobiliser. It has a push button
start/stop system.
Tow rating is an impressive 2700kg for
braked trailer.
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The Italian (p
parking) Job Formula 1 for all to see
When in Rome...
It isn’t every day you run across a genuine F1 car — but on our recent European trip we did find one that I believe was driven
by Ralf Schumacher, and a replica — in the oddest of places — made famous by his brother.
BY DEAN TAYLOR
hen I travel overseas I find
all aspects of how and what
people drive fascinating.
Robyn and I recently returned
from Europe, where we spent a
couple of weeks in Italy.
Firstly, I was expecting to see
more Ferraris and Maseratis — but
after a week in Rome I realised the
Smart car was in fact the ‘smart’
choice.
Florence revealed a few more
exotic models, and their small car
preference — electric cars.
Venice, of course, was carless.
It was parking, especially in
Rome, that was fascinating.
The Smart car can be parked
anywhere, and it seems anyhow, but
whether the authorities turn a blind
eye, or there are in fact no rules,
everyone seemed to park however
they could.
Pedestrian crossings are fair
game, and basically people will park
well into the roadway — so long as
there is still room for vehicles to get
through.
According to a tour guide, when it
comes to driving it is all about who
will concede first.
And he said it wasn’t the Italian
way to actually give way to anything
or anyone unless absolutely necessary.
He explained that is why standing at the pedestrian crossing
waiting for traffic to stop won’t work.
‘‘Italians just think you might like
standing by a crossing.
‘‘Step out and they will stop, or at
least drive around you.’’
It took some getting used to —
but he was right.
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ON display in a shop
window in central
London is what I
believe is a 1999
Williams
FW21
driven
by
Ralf
Schumacher.
Schumacher was a
consistent frontrunner in the 1999
season, but colleague Alex Zanardi,
who returned to F1
after five years away,
struggled all season
and failed to score a
point.
Zanardi
was
dropped for 2000 in
favour of F3 driver
Jenson Button.
W
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THE real Italian Job.
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IT may be the only
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regarded as one of
the most dominant
F1 vehicles of all
time.
Driven by Michael
Schumacher, it won
15 of 19 Grande Prix
in 2002 and 2003,
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2002 driver and constructor titles in record time, and never
finished lower than
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Ferrari colleague
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DriveBy captures Targa in King Country
here was a new look to
the Targa New Zealand podium this year
as Dunedin duo Martin
Dippie and Jona Grant
claimed the overall and
Instra.com Modern 2WD
wins in their Porsche GT3
RS.
Auckland pair David
Rogers and Aidan Kelly
(Mitsubishi Evo 10) won the
Allcomers 4WD class.
Heading into the fourth
and final day of the annual
multi-day tarmac motor
rally event, the Allcomers
4WD class — traditionally
the home of the overall
event winner — was being
led by Aucklander Jason
Gill and his co-driver Mark
Robinson
in
their
Mitsubishi Evo 9 with
Rogers and Kelly second
and gravel ace Brian Green
and his co-driver Fleur
T
Pedersen third in their
Mitsubishi Evo 10.
However
Gill’s
Mitsubishi ground to a halt
with a blown engine in
Sunday’s first stage near
Havelock North leaving
Rogers — an Auckland
radiologist who contested
his first Targa event in 2010
— to claim his first major
win in the Allcomers 4WD
class and finish second
overall to Instra.com 2WD
class winners Dippie and
Grant.
‘‘We are not as fast as
some,but to finish first, first
you have to finish and I just
don’t think the machinery
can take people running
full pace in an event as
tough as this all the time,’’
said Rogers.
‘‘And you have to be up
there for when that happens.’’
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CORVETTE made several laps of Otorohanga’s
main street before finally finding the Otewa
Road turn-off.
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WINNING Porsche GT3 RS of Martin Dippie and Jona Grant between
stages at Otorohanga.
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IT isn’t every day that a Lamborghini cruises
through Otorohanga.
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TWO generations of BMW cruising out of Otorohanga.
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Mitsubishi ready to do deal
ANCAP about safe
family motoring
afe family motoring is a focus with the latest
results from the Australasian New Car Assessment Programme.
A people mover from Kia and one of New
Zealand’s most popular cars have each been awarded
a 5-star ANCAP safety rating.
The recently launched Kia Carens and the Mazda6
performed strongly in their crash tests.
Both vehicles have dual frontal, side chest and
curtain airbags as standard. Also standard for both
vehicles are antilock brakes (ABS), electronic brake
distribution (EBD) and electronic stability control
(ESC).
AA Motoring Services General Manager Stella
Stocks says it is pleasing the popular Mazda6
performed so strongly.
‘‘Kiwis took to the Mazda6 from its initial
introduction and its popularity has significantly
increased in the years since. That Mazda continues to
invest to ensure subsequent models are safer is a
testament of its commitment to consumers and also
other road users,’’ she says.
Ms Stocks says it is also fantastic to see a people
mover in the mix with the Kia Carens receiving a
5-star ANCAP safety rating with ease.
‘‘People movers are a favourite for larger families
and community groups. The Carens has been absent
from our market for a couple of years but now it’s
back and with a 5-star rating it offers Kiwi buyers a
safe and affordable option.’’
Transport Agency Access and Use General
Manager Celia Patrick says the NZTA is working to
improve the safety of New Zealand’s vehicle fleet as
part of the Government’s Safer Journeys strategy and
it was great news that the range of top safety-rated
cars was continuing to grow.
‘‘Crash statistics show that occupants of 5-starrated vehicles are much less likely to receive lifethreatening injuries in a crash than occupants of
lower rated vehicles. With today’s safety technology
5-star ratings are increasingly become the norm, and
we urge people to buy the safest vehicle they can
afford.’’
The full list of ANCAP’s vehicle safety ratings,
other vehicle safety information and the
specifications of the rated vehicles are available
online at aa.co.nz or rightcar.govt.nz
S
BY DEAN TAYLOR
itsubishi has come up
with an ‘outlandish’ deal
for its new base model
Outlander.
The LS 2WD 2.0 litre MIVEC
sports all the refinements of the
new model, with extra economy
to boot.
The engine makes 112kW of
power and 193Nm of torque,
delivered via a 6-Speed CVT
transmission. It returns an economy figure of 6.6l/100km —
outstanding for a versatile, five
seater SUV.
For every day motoring Eco
mode ensures good economy.
The updated styling of the
Outlander is eye-catching and
distinctive.
Even though this is a ‘budget’
model, there is nothing budget
about the car.
It runs on 16’’ alloys, has
chrome accents and sports
parking sensors and a reversing
camera.
The big screen gives a great
view and I can attest to the
accuracy of the guides.
It is also home to the audio
7
M
system, which includes
Bluetooth technology and the
ability to play digital media.
The 2WD drives very well,
power is smooth and big brakes
makes sure it will stop when you
need it to.It is a quiet ride, and
while the interior layout is
simple, it has all the information
you need right at your fingertips.
Storage is a feature of the
Outlander, with plenty of
options front and back — plus a
huge boot with the rear seats
down.
I’m quite tall and liked the
fact I could stand up under the
open tailgate.
This model has a 1600kg
braked towing rating.
There is no doubt buyers of
the Mitsubishi Outlander 2WD
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