New child safety seat laws in Connecticut
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CHILD CAR SEAT LAWS
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CAR SEAT LAW
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A rear facing car seat shall not be used in the front seat of a vehicle. A child 8 or older and weighing 60 pounds or more shall be restrained by an appropriate child restraint or seat belt. Children 4 or younger weighing less than 40 pounds shall use an approved child restraint in a student transportation vehicle. State car seat regulations require children and teens to be buckled in an appropriate child restraint based on their age, weight and height. However, only the car or booster seat weight and age restrictions for child restraints are taken into consideration by the law.
The following list explains how the laws operate in C. The Washington Child Passenger Restraint Law (RCW 46.61.687) requires the following: Children up to age 2 must ride in a rear-facing car seat. Children ages 2 to 4 must ride in a car seat with a harness (rear or forward-facing).
Children 4 years and older must ride in a car or booster seat until they are 4’9’’ in height. Louisiana child car seat laws are segmented by age to allow for children to be protected based on differing needs as they grow. Any driver transporting a child younger than 13 years old is required to utilize the appropriate child restraint system. Ohio’s child passenger safety law requires the following: Children less than 4 years old or 40 pounds must use a child safety seat meeting federal motor vehicle safety standards.
Children less than 8 years old, unless they are at least 4 feet, 9 inches tall must use a booster seat. Children ages 8-15 must use a child safety seat or safety belt. Realizing the crucial role that car seats play in child safety, Georgia lawmakers passed laws and regulations pertaining to their use. According to Georgia law: ALL children under the age of 8 whose height is less than 57 inches must ride in the backseat of a car. A child is safer in the back and farthest away from the force of an airbag.
New York’s Occupant Restraint laws require the following: Children up to the age of 4 must be properly restrained in a federally approved child safety seat that is attached to a vehicle by a seat belt or universal child restraint anchorage (LATCH) system. Effective November 1, 2019, all backseat passengers must be rear-facing until age 2.. Children less than age 4 but weighing more than 40.
Children age one (1) through age three (3), and weighing more than twenty (20) pounds, must be secured in a child safety seat in a forward facing position in the rear seat, if available, or according to the child safety restraint system or vehicle manufacturer’s instructions. Effective Jan. 1, 2019, Illinois law will require children under age 2 to be properly secured in a rear-facing child restraint system unless they weigh more than 40 pounds or are more than 40 inches tall.
Children must remain rear-facing until age 2. Colorado Child Passenger Safety Law All safety seats should be installed and fitted according to the manufacturers’ instructions and the vehicle owner’s manual.
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