Romer since 1960s is playing  major role in the development of automotive and child car safety standards.

From helping create the world’s first standard on seat belts, to guiding the development of Europe’s first regulation on child restraints in 1981 the ECE R44. And influencing each of its revisions right up to the current ECE R44 04. To helping shape the latest step-change in child car safety regulations – the new i-Size standard.

Römer’s precision German engineering and unique heritage working with the automotive industry have been a constant underpinning for its position as standard-setter in child mobility safety. 

Romer carseats and strollers are produced for family life without limits:

- This means driving safety standards

- To ensure children have never been better protected on the move

- This means pushing boundaries in smart design 

- To make life in motion run smoother than ever

- This means never dictating what path parents should take 

- But always celebrating the journey

From helping create the world’s first standard on seat belts – the British Standard in 1960. To guiding the development of Europe’s first regulation on child restraints in 1981 the ECE R44. And influencing each of its revisions right up to the current ECE R44 04. To helping shape the latest step-change in child car safety regulations – the new i-Size standard.