Driving safely with passengers is a year-round endeavor. As you travel, always be thinking about the safety of all your passengers.
Non-infant children who don’t normally ride with you may require their own safety booster seat. Make sure you know the laws in your state.
Children under 12 should never ride in the front seat of vehicles with airbags because they can be killed or seriously injured by a deploying airbag.
Be sure child safety seats and boosters are properly installed. Many municipalities offer child seat inspections. Use the link to find one near you.
Did you know New York was the first state to require seat belt use in vehicles? The law hit the books in 1984. Now most states require seatbelt use by adults and children.
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