Georgia Car Seat Laws & Safety
Protecting your little one is instinctive, especially when your child is riding in a car. Both your child’s safety and yours, however, can be unexpectedly jeopardized by the thoughtless actions of another motorist or an unavoidable malfunction in your own vehicle. That’s why it’s important to always have your child properly restrained up until the age of eight (8) while traveling the streets, highways, and byways. In Georgia, it’s the law. Many parents may believe that children are more vulnerable the younger they are. While this may be true in certain situations, it is also true that your child, regardless of how young or old, is at risk for being seriously injured if not properly restrained in a car seat or booster seat.