Parents are being warned of a nationwide recall involving a childrens car booster seat.
A recall notice posted on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission website says the Ozo E-Store child car booster seat cushion has been pulled from sale because it does not comply with labelling, branding and user instruction requirements of the Australian Standard.
“Booster seats without labelling or user instructions may not be used correctly, posing an increased risk of injury to the occupant if the vehicle is in an accident,” the notice reads.
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The recalled booster seats have been sold online nationwide between 7 November 2016 – 7 May 2017.
Parents have been warned to immediately stop using the booster cushions and to contact OZO E-Store Pty Ltd to get a full refund.