California Tightens Car Seat Safety Laws

State law affects kids younger than 8 or less than 4 feet 9 inches tall.
0:26 | 12/29/11

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California is tightening its car seat safety law starting January 1 all children younger than eight or less than four feet nine inches tall. Must ride in a car. Or booster seat when traveling. The child seats are also required to be placed in a vehicle's backseat. California's current law states that children -- graduate from booster seats at age six or when they reach sixty pounds.

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