Know the rules before heading out on the road.
Children under age 8 must be in child restraints that meet current federal safety standards.
Children from age 8 to 16 must use a child restraint or vehicle safety belt.
This law applies to all seating positions in all vehicles.
Anyone who drives children is responsible for their being properly restrained.
If children are not properly buckled up, the driver can be fined $25.
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