Child passenger safety laws are having an impact, say Minnesota safety leaders
Published 02/06/2011, Alexandria Echo Press
Minnesota’s strengthened child passenger safety law, which became effective in July 2009 and requires booster seats — seat lifts that help adult seat belts fit children properly — has generated a jump in booster seat use and has led to fewer child injuries, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic SafetyWord count: 711
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