/ Blog/ Indiana Child Restraint System Laws and Recommendations
In honor of National Child Passenger Safety Week (Sept. 15-21), we want to inform you on Indiana’s laws concerning infant and booster seats. There’s never been a better time to get up to speed on what’s required in our state.
All 50 states have child seat laws, but these laws differ from state to state. What they have in common is that these laws require children to travel in approved child restraint devices, and require older children to use adult safety belts.
According to the Indiana state government, approximately 85% of safety seats are misused nationally. It’s important to both use a child restraint system and know how to install it correctly according to the instructions included with it.
Did you purchase a new child restraint device and you’re not sure if it’s installed correctly? Most fire departments will check to make sure the device is installed correctly. Most AAA locations offer the same service. Remember that after installation, the seat should not move forward or side to side more than one inch. Be sure your child restraint device is installed properly for the safety of your child.
January 6, 2017
Related Articles Injured by a Drunk Driver? Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Indiana OWI Laws Drunk driving accidents are awful, and they’re unpredictable. If you or a loved …Read More
Fill out the form below to receive a free and confidential initial consultation.