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Praises for New Ohio Booster Seat Law

The National Transportation and Safety Board spoke highly of Ohio Governor Ted Strickland and the State legislature for a new Booster seat law that  requires children between the age of 4 and 8 and less than 4’9″ use a booster seat while in a motor vehicle.

“We applaud the state of Ohio for taking this action that will save children’s lives and keep them more secure,” said NTSB Board Member Debbie Hersman. “Seat belts were not designed with our littlest passengers in mind and they can even cause them harm. Child safety seats and booster seats are necessary to properly restrain and protect children in a vehicle.”

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