Join us in celebrating National Child Passenger Safety Week as we learn more about the proper use of child car seats to protect kids from harm in car accidents. National Child Passenger Safety Week 2019 kicks off on September 15 and ends on September 21, which coincides with National Seat Check Saturday.
It’s important to familiarize yourself with car seat laws and regulations, because they may have changed since you first learned them. Louisiana just passed a new, stricter set of car seat laws that went into effect August 1st, 2019.
- All children under the age of 2 are required to ride in rear-facing car seats.
- All children age 2-4 must ride in forward facing seats with an internal seat belt.
- All children age 4-9 must ride in booster seats.
If you want to learn more about car seat safety in Louisiana, open our presentation below.
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