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Safety in the car: The pregnancy belt for mums-to-be

Expectant mothers have to protect two lives at once: their own and that of their unborn angel. That's why many mums often no longer dare to get behind the wheel or ride in the car, as massive stresses are placed on the child in the event of an accident. However, with a pregnancy belt for the car, your little angel is well protected.

Why do you need a pregnancy belt?

It is probably THE horror scenario for expectant mothers: a car accident with a baby bump. And the worry is absolutely justified: In a car accident, the unborn child is exposed to very high levels of stress. An adult develops three to five tonnes of mass weight when the seatbelt protects the body from lurching forward. Many pregnant women are therefore reluctant to get behind the wheel or in the passenger seat.

But this does not have to be the case - with a pregnancy belt for the car you offer your unborn angel the best possible safety. It is recommended to use the pregnancy belt as early as possible. The pregnancy belt optimises the belt's position: the belt fixes the pelvic belt under the abdomen so that it does not press on the uterus. This can

lead to dangerous injuries to the unborn child. We therefore offer various pregnancy car belts in our online shop.

How can I fit the pregnancy belt in the car?

A pregnancy belt for the car is usually a kind of seat support that is attached to the seat by a snap fastener. Fitting it in the car is super easy and usually works without instructions. Once the seat cover is fitted in the car, you simply sit on it and pass the holder between your legs. Now the car belt is passed through a loop and fastened with the help of two press studs. Thanks to the adjustable strap, the pregnancy belt can be used universally. It is suitable for cars of all types and you can use it with trousers as well as with dresses and skirts. With this accessory, your unborn treasure is perfectly protected and you no longer have to worry when driving - no matter whether you are driving yourself or are only a passenger.