There has recently been some buzzing about new child seat safety laws. We wanted to share them as they play a part in our lives here at Clint's Garage, and want to make sure everyone is in the know!
-Children under the age of 2 years will be restrained in a rear facing child safety seat.
-A child who is at least 2 years old and has outgrown the rear facing seat will be restrained in a forward facing restraint system with a internal harness.
-A 4 year old child who has outgrown the forward facing, internal harness system shall be restrained in a belt positioning child booster seat.
-At nine years old children who have outgrown the booster seat may use the adult safety belt fastened correctly.
-Children younger than 13 must be in the rear seat of a vehicle when available and properly restrained.