Exceptions: A child under age 8 and weighing at least 40 pounds is not exempt from the law.
The vehicle is not equipped with lap and shoulder belts; or. A child under age 8 may only be in the front seat, properly restrained in a car seat or booster seat when:.
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The vehicle has no rear seating position appropriate for correctly restraining a child, or. All appropriate rear seating positions are occupied by other children.
A: Yes. Drivers who transport children under age 8 in a taxicab or public transit vehicle are exempt from the law.
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Standard school buses and multifunctional school activities buses, as defined in the Federal Register, are also exempt. Taxicab is defined as a motor vehicle used to transport passengers for a fare and is fitted with a taxi meter to compute such fare. Public transit vehicle is defined as a bus, van, or rail car used for the transportation of passengers within a system that receives a subsidy from tax revenues or is operated under a franchise contract with a county or municipality of this state.
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A: Children using booster seats are 59 percent less likely to be injured in a crash than those using a seat belt alone. Seat belts are made for adults and do not fit young children correctly. Booster seats raise children up so the adult seat belt fits them.
Booster seats position the shoulder belt across the shoulder and chest, not the neck.
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Booster seats also keep the lap belt low over the hip and thigh bones, not across the belly. Children using booster seats are 59 percent less likely to be injured in a crash than those using a seat belt alone. Georgia law requires that every driver who transports a child eight years of age and younger in a passenger automobile, van, or pickup truck must restrain the child in a child safety seat.
Exceptions to the law are listed in the above questions. Does state law require him to ride in a child safety seat on the bus? A: No.
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