New York Law - Age Limit for Child Booster Seats Increased to 8 Years Old

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In New York and other states, infants and small children are at increased risk for injury when riding in an automobile. This is especially true for children who are not placed in a infant seat, child seat, or booster seat based on the age and / or size. New York law was recently changed to require children through the eighth birthday to have a booster seat. There is an exemption for children younger than 8 who are 4 Feet 9 Inches Tall and / or who weigh 100 pounds or more.

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