LOCAL ACCIDENT ATTORNEY | Child Restraints | Prevent Injuries | Tougher booster seat laws still needed in Florida

NATIONALThe National Transportation Safety Administration (NTSB) has issued a press release calling for 21 states, including Florida, to toughen their child restraint laws. 

The NTSB said child passenger safety laws in 21 states and two U.S. territories do not meet their safety recommendations. 

The press release said Florida has the most lenient child passenger safety laws in the nation, only requiring child safety seats for children 3 or younger. 

Since 1996, the NTSB has called for state child restraint laws to cover all children up to 8 years old.

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