6 - 8 week lead time - 24 month warranty - 7 day return guarantee
The multimac will convert your car from a 5-seater to a 6-seater but this modification has been welcomed by the ABI so it won’t void your insurance. Major insurance companies int the UK and EU are aware of the multimac, and have given their approval, acknowledging that it does actually increase the number of passengers carried in a car whilst welcoming its contribution to enhanced child safety and covering our customers.
However, you should advise your insurer you are using one so you are covered in the event of an accident or theft
Yes: It has been tested and approved to the European Standard ECE 44-04 where its results were dramatically better than the specified requirements.
This makes multimac legal all over the world except for in the US, Canada, and Australia who have their own car seat safety regulations and don’t recognise ECE 44-04
As the first multiple child seat, it has probably been subjected to more scrutiny than any child seat in history, including from BSI, TRL, VCA, British government, European government, Swedish Road Administration and VTI but all have approved multimac.
All major insurance companies should cover the multimac.
We have had meetings with the ABI [British Insurance Association] before launching Multimac, and having looked at all the crash test data they concluded that this was the safest option for transporting multiple children, and instructed their members to cover Multimac at no additional cost. We have subsequently had similar discussions with all the European Insurers. We recommend that you notify them that you have a Multimac, in case your car is involved in a big accident or is stolen, and needs replacing.
Please note, it is best to inform your insurer that the multimac is a child car seat and not a modification to your car. It is not legally defined as a ‘modification’ as it can be removed within 5 minutes and labelling it as so may prevent your insurance company from insuring you.