The Car Seat Safety Law in Ohio
- All people riding in a car should have their pelvis and shoulder secured
- For anyone less than 4’9″ tall, that requires some device to achieve that security
- From birth to age one year and 20 pounds, one should be in an infant car seat, facing backwards
- From that point until 40 pounds, one should be in an infant car seat, facing forwards
- From 40 pounds until 4’9″ one should be in a booster seat.
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