Safety Seats

Since 1977, and especially since the mid-1990s, states have steadily raised the age for which a child must sit in a car safety seat. These laws have saved 60 lives/year. So few because seatbelts are as safe as child car seats for children over two. These laws have, however, reduced births by 8,000/year. You cannot fit three kids in safety seats in a car if the front seats are full.

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