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Category: Car Seat Laws

New Rules for Rear-Facing Car Seats

By Evan L. Kaine

A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recently changed its recommendation on how long a child should remain rear-facing in their car seat. According to the AAP, a child should remain in a rear-facing car seat as long as possible. Previously, the standard in a rear-face seat was to keep them Read More

Posted in Car Seat Laws |
Published September 26, 2018
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Fatal Car Accidents Are Preventable

By Evan L. Kaine

1,346 ---- That is the number of children who died in car accidents in 2015. Although the numbers have not yet been published for 2016, it is expected that the number of deaths will continue to rise. Many of these deaths can be prevented if children were properly restrained in the vehicle. Seatbelts Prevent Injuries Read More

Published September 21, 2017
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Don’t Forget Your Child – Evenflo Car Seats

By Evan L. Kaine

What if there was a product that could help prevent injury or even death? Would you use it? Would you trust it? Would you rely on it? In the past week, Evenflo released a new car seat to potentially help answer the problem of parents accidently leaving their children in hot cars. The Today Show Read More

Posted in Car Seat Laws |
Published July 28, 2015
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Car Seat Recall

By Evan L. Kaine

Whether you are a new mom or dad, or one that is toting around four little munchkins, you know how important safety is when driving. While we do our best to drive safely and responsibly in order to avoid car accidents, we also want to take measures into our own hands by placing our children Read More

Posted in Car Seat Laws |
Published March 31, 2015
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2014 Car Seat Law Changes

By Evan L. Kaine

From all of us to all of you….Happy New Year! As we start 2014, we bid farewell to the car seat recommendations of yore and usher in the following new requirements. Beginning January 2014, Georgia’s 2001 car seat law, O.C.G.A. §40-8-76, is amended as follows: The LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) restraint system Read More

Published January 14, 2014

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