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New Zealand Officials May Approve Car And Child Safety Law

According to a series of international media outlets, a new law is up for approval in New Zealand stating that any child seven years of age or younger must be in a booster seat or car safety restraining system at all times when riding in a car.

Since young and small children often do not properly fit in standard seat belts, many parents think this is a good precaution to take and because car crashes have proven to be a major cause behind children fatalities, this law is regarded as crucial to ensure children are safe.

The government would provide assistance to anyone who could not afford the proper booster seat.

For more details, read the full article here:
New law to boost car seat safety

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