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  • Which states have the safest child car seat laws?

    Every state, including the District of Columbia, has child safety seat laws. But unfortunately, for you, the parent, there is no legal uniformity. Each state mandates its own requirements, often base...

  • What are the car seat laws in regard to a booster seat?

    Children 2 to 5 years of age prematurely using safety belts are four times more likely to suffer a serious head injury in an auto accident than kids who are restrained in safety seats or booster seat...

  • Will a traffic ticket for not wearing a seatbelt appear on my driving record?

    Seat Belt Laws and Your Driving Record The answer depends on your place of residence. Each state governs differently on seat belts. Some states classify seat belt violations as non-moving offenses, r...

  • Do backseat passengers have to wear a seat belt?

    Backseat Car Seat Belts and Safety Laws Every state, including the District of Columbia, mandates seat belt use. But, unfortunately, from a driver's perspective, there is no one uniform seatbelt law....

  • Are seat belts required in every state?

    Car Seat Belts and State Safety Laws Every state except New Hampshire has some form of a seatbelt law. Some state laws only mandate seat belts for front seats, while others require seat belt use for ...

  • Where can I get a car seat inspection?

    Car Seat Laws and Child Safety Seat Inspection Centers According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) 80% of all baby car seats are improperly installed. It's a telling numbe...

  • What are car seat tethers?

    Tethers Help Anchor Car Seats A car seat tether is part of the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for... part of the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) attachment system. It's an upper strap t...

  • What is the safest position for car seats?

    Positioning Baby Car Seats and Child Car Seats Statistics prove that the rear seat is safer than th...nt seat. This is based on several factors: Front seat air bags can cause serious or fatal inj...

  • What should I look for in a car seat?

    Choosing the Best Car Seat for Your Child According to extensive car seat studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) you should use the following criteria when choosing a c...

  • Can I get a traffic ticket for an improper child seat?

    Penalties for Using Improper Car Seats All 50 states and the District of Columbia enforce strict child restraint laws. You will receive a traffic ticket and be fined if you neglect to provide a prope...

  • How can I find out if a car seat has been recalled?

    Baby Car Seat Recalls The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has a database with all the recalled child car seats in it. This database allows you to search for a car seat by: ...

  • Where can I find state-approved car seats?

    Buying Car Seats Many stores sell baby car seats, from big box retailers to small baby boutiques. You must be sure the child car seats meet all child restraint laws. The National Highway Safety Admi...

  • How can I be sure my baby car seat is state approved?

    Car Seats and Safety Laws Each state has its own laws requiring children using child car seats and baby car seats. Some have higher age limits than others. Usually, the state’s car seat laws ar...

  • What is the GA seat belt law? Georgia

    Georgia Seatbelt Law In the state of Georgia, all passengers younger than 16 must wear a car seat b... car seat belt when vehicle speed exceeds 15 mph. Children younger than six must ride in child safet...

  • Are there any exemptions to the GA child safety seat laws? Georgia

    Exemptions to GA Car Seat Laws According to Georgia child restraint laws: Children five year...

  • What are the child car seat laws in Georgia? Georgia

    ...of Georgia, the safety laws regarding car seats - including baby car seats - are as follows: Children five years of age and younger must ride in the back seat of a passenger vehicle when a back...

  • Am I required to display a front license plate in Georgia? Georgia

    Front License Plate Georgia is a one of 20 states in the country that requires only one license plate. This plate must be fastened to the rear of the vehicle and display a current vehicle registratio...

  • How can I add my children to my car insurance?

    If your child has just received his/her learner’s permit and is going to be driving your car, you must add them to your car insurance policy before their first stint behind the wheel. In the ma...

  • Do DWI lawyers get paid up front?

    As is the case with most issues involving lawyers, it depends on the individual lawyer or the law firm's policy. Many DWI lawyers do request a full upfront payment. However, because of the steep fees...

  • Am I required to have license plates on the front and back of my car?

    Currently 31 states and the District of Columbia require all registered vehicles to display two license plates. Nineteen states mandate only one license plate. Consult the grid below to see state-by-s...

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