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Drivers should use a car seat or booster until child passenger meets these 5 criteria


CASPER, Wyo. — Injury Prevention Resources has released a new video in their series covering traffic safety in Wyoming. In the newest video (which you can watch below) drivers are reminded when, where, and how children should be restrained in the vehicle. Following these laws are important because drivers can be held liable for child endangerment if they do not have child passengers in the appropriate restraint system and seats while driving.

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For more info about Injury Prevention Resources, please visit iprwyoming.org, call 307-856-2821, or visit them on their Facebook page.

– Children up to 9 years old MUST use a child car seat and ride in the back of the vehicle
– Drivers may be charged for child endangerment if children are not probably restrained
– Accidents and unintentional injuries account for over 160,000 deaths and 28 million emergency room visits annually

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