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We can't confirm anything here. In this community railway customers answer questions of other railway customers.

In the FAQ to the IC bus it says however: "For children up to and including 3 years, for older children a suitable child restraint system (baby seat, child seat, booster seat) can be brought by the accompanying person, since this is not available in the IC buses. The seats of the IC buses are equipped as standard with 2-point lap belts, with which the restraint system brought along is to be fastened. For journeys to and through Switzerland, a suitable child seat/baby shell is required for children up to the age of 4 in accordance with Swiss regulations. Please bring the necessary child seats/baby shells with you. Carriage may be refused if the necessary child seats or infant carriers are not available."

A suitable child seat/baby shell is prescribed in accordance with Swiss regulations. The question is, do Swiss regulations allow a backless booster seat.

Here you will find information on the legal regulations in Switzerland:
https://www.tcs.ch/de/testberichte-ratgeber/ratgeber/kind...

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We can't confirm anything here. In this community railway customers answer questions of other railway customers.

In the FAQ to the IC bus it says however: "For children up to and including 3 years, for older children a suitable child restraint system (baby seat, child seat, booster seat) can be brought by the accompanying person, since this is not available in the IC buses. The seats of the IC buses are equipped as standard with 2-point lap belts, with which the restraint system brought along is to be fastened. For journeys to and through Switzerland, a suitable child seat/baby shell is required for children up to the age of 4 in accordance with Swiss regulations. Please bring the necessary child seats/baby shells with you. Carriage may be refused if the necessary child seats or infant carriers are not available."

A suitable child seat/baby shell is prescribed in accordance with Swiss regulations. The question is, do Swiss regulations allow a backless booster seat.

Here you will find information on the legal regulations in Switzerland:
https://www.tcs.ch/de/testberichte-ratgeber/ratgeber/kind...