child restraint systems

In 1982 Fairgo was able to approve the first child restraint system in Europe.


of child safety solutions by fairgo...


Founding the company.


Approving the first child restraint system in Europe.


Development of the first child-seat that had the highest safety standards in the world.


Fiargo merge with  C.E.L., leader in the field of plastic molding.


Fairgo is acquired by Babyauto Group 


Brand relaunch and repositioning attending the new i-SIZE normative.

evolution in child restraint systEMS

Fairgo is an Italian brand pioneer in the design and manufacture of child restraint systems, founded in the region of Reggio Emilia in 1971 under the name of Fair. This region is characterized by its passion for motor vehicles and the creation of technological innovations. 

In the beginning, Fair focused on the production of vehicle accessories. The vision of the founders made them look at a product that at that time was in its initial development stage: the Child Retention Systems.

In this way, in 1982 Fair was able to approve the first child restraint system in Europe. The body that provided such approval was the TNO (now known as TASS International). Such was the success that the entire production focused on the manufacture of child restraint systems.

In 2002, after accumulating enough experience in the sector, Fairgo began to collaborate with the most well-known vehicle manufacturers in Europe. This allowed them to produce car seats that met the highest safety standards. 

Due to this, many vehicle manufacturers decided to use the retention systems manufactured by Fairgo to obtain the best results in the EuroNCAP (European New Car Assessment Program) tests.

The EuroNCAP tests are carried out on virtually all vehicles for sale in Europe. The result of the evaluation responds to different criteria, among them the safety of the kids on board. Renowned manufacturers such as Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Kia, Infiniti, Nissan, Seat, Skoda and VW used the Fairgo child restraint systems to obtain the best results in these tests. The first electric vehicle submitted to EuroNCAP (BMW i3) also used Fairgo child restraint systems.

Finally, in 2016 Fairgo was acquired by Babyauto Group and became part of our select range of child restraint systems. Currently, a new range of Fairgo products is being developed at Babyauto Group that will follow the new ECE certification standards in Europe (ECE R129, i-Size). 

As a company directly involved in child safety, all products comply with the specifications regulated by the experts from different mandatory regulations of each country.

All of this is possible thanks to close collaboration with the Impact Laboratory of the Motorland Technology Park of Aragon (Technopark). An installation where the University of Zaragoza (I3A) and Grupo Babyauto collaborate in the R+D+i for the continuous improvement of the elements that intervene in children’s road safety. These facilities also have the ability to perform virtual simulations of impacts thanks to the Hermes cluster, an infrastructure used by the I3A that allows calculating complex simulations and research processes that without this supercomputer would take years to complete.

Advanced engineering and smart innovations to achieve our main goal:
No children injured in car accidents.

Leading vehicle manufacturer brands rely on Fairgo as CRS supplier for dynamic Euro NCAP testing.

Our Mission

The company philosophy has always been oriented towards complete customer satisfaction through the implementation of quality products with high content of service. Technological innovation, passion and our expertise has enabled us to meet the trust of our customers.

After the acquisition of FAIRGO, our new mission is also to produce safety accessories for transporting children in cars, at a level that goes beyond the regulations and laws now in force in all the states in which our products are sell.

Want to know more about i-size?

The new EU standard to improve child safety increasing, for example, the use of the child seat in the opposite direction of travel until 15 months, among other measures.

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