The current version of the law requires that all children under 4 years of age are restrained in an approved child passenger restraint system, and children between 4 and 8 years of age are restrained in a booster seat. Beginning in August, the new law expands this by specifically requiring children under age 2 to ride rear-facing. There two types of car seats that can be used rear-facing: convertible car seats and infant-only car seats.For the first year, violators will get away with a warning.
Friday, July 29, 2016
New Car Seat Law Takes Effect August 2
The change is explained in The Inky: