What is the Indiana law concerning child restraints?

Published 08/06/2007 03:53 PM   |    Updated 10/20/2011 07:28 AM
What is the Indiana law concerning child restraints?

Any child up to and including children seven years of age must be properly fastened and restrained, according to the child restraint manufacturer's instructions, by a child restraint system. Youth eight years old until they reach their 16th birthday must be properly restrained in a child safety seat or safety belt in all vehicles, in all seating positions, including vehicles with truck plates. It is strongly recommended all children be placed in the rear seat of the vehicle, where it is safest.   IC Codes: Passenger Restraint Systems for Children

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For additional information contact your nearest Indiana State Police post or Indiana State Police Headquarters, 317-232-8250.

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