Child Car Seat Rules Netherlands
Firstly, and most importantly, you’ll want to take the size of your little one into account. We’ve already explored how different weights and heights place them in categories. Age will also be a contributing factor.
The Road Traffic Act requires that drivers of motor vehicles transporting children ensure that the children use seat belts. This Law states that a person transporting a child between the ages of five and eighteen in the front seat of a motor vehicle commits a crime if the child does not wear a seat belt. Transporting children aged five or younger in the front seat of a motor vehicle, with or without a seat belt, is an offense. A person also commits an offense if a child under the age of eighteen who is seated in the rear of the vehicle does not wear a seat belt.
 Karayollari Trafik Yönetmeliği [Regulation on Highway Traffic] (July 18, 1997, as last amended Feb. 19, 2014), Republic of Turkey General Directorate of Highways, http://www.kgm.gov.tr/Sayfalar/KGM/SiteTr/Trafik/ KanunYonetmelikler.aspx (click on title of Regulations to access). The Annex is List 1 (1 Sayili Cetvel), part (C). Scroll down to the section on “M1, M2, M3, M1G, N1, N2, N3 ve N1G sınıfı araçlar” and “Child restraint systems” (Çocuk bağlama sistemleri).
The Road Traffic Act 1988 and regulations made under it provide that children in England and Wales must be secured either by a seat belt or in an appropriate child seat while in a vehicle on a road. 
Chapter 220, section 42C, of the Road Traffic Act 1958 contains a provision that requires children under the age of five to be secured in a child seat in the rear seat of the car. A 2013 report from the World Health Organization (WHO) gave the Bahamas a rating of 6 out of 10 for its enforcement of child seat-belt safety laws.
Decree 23 of 1998, issued by the Chief of Police, provides in an annex entitled “Infractions of Safety Measures” (Mukhālafāt Ijrā’āt al-Salāma) that drivers and passengers in the front seat of a vehicle who do not wear seat belts are in violation of traffic regulations. This Decree does not require children to wear seat belts.
The Motor Vehicles (Wearing of Seat Belts) Regulations require the use of seat belts for children in vehicles. A 2013 report from the WHO gave Malta a rating of 8 out of 10 for its enforcement of child seat-belt safety laws.
Article 51 of the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Road Traffic Safety provides that, “[w]hen a motor vehicle is running, the driver and riders shall use safety belts in accordance with regulations; the driver of a motorcycle and the riders shall wear safety helmets in accordance with regulations.” The law does not provide specific rules for child restraints.
These are also known as ”i-Size” seats and should be rear-facing in your car (pointing in the opposite direction of travel) until your child is older than 15 months. Naturally, you should check to see if the size of this device is right for the height of your child.