The Child Car Seat Laws by State Resource on EliteCarSeats.com Has Been Recently Updated

The Child Car Seat Laws by State Resource found on EliteCarSeats.com has been recently updated, announces the leading provider of child protective car seats.

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This resource on our website has been very valuable for anyone who is clueless about the huge mix of child-seating laws. Keeping it up-to-date is very important for anyone who references it for a purchase or trip.

Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) August 31, 2013

The Child Car Seat Laws by State Resource found on EliteCarSeats.com has been recently updated, announces the leading provider of child protective car seats. Robert Smith, spokesman for EliteCarSeats.com, says: "This resource on our website has been very valuable for anyone who is clueless about the huge mix of child-seating laws. Keeping it up-to-date is very important for anyone who references it for a purchase or trip."

Understanding child car seat laws by state can be a real headache for parents who want to abide by their state laws for child car seats. For the last several years, EliteCarSeats.com has offered an easy-to-follow resource for car seat laws that is organized on a U.S. map, making finding car seat laws a breeze for new parents. EliteCarSeats.com also sells many of the car seats recommended by state laws on the website itself. The resource also offers a map that is color-coded with car seat restrictions of each state, which can be very important for families driving across several states and do not want to break child car seat laws in them.

Following child car seat laws is crucial for maintaining child safety, as well as avoiding hefty fines and tickets for not following car seat laws. In general, children aged 16 or older are not required by law to have a child seat, but all children younger than 16 face different laws in different states.

EliteCarSeats.com offers top-of-the-line car seats that meet the regulations of every state. This includes car seats by brands like Graco and Britax that have models that can be used past the typical 6 year expiration date for car seats. Car seats sold by EliteCarSeats.com also are typically certified by both the FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards) and the ASTM (the American Society for Testing and Materials), and are guaranteed to meet the highest standards possible for children’s and baby car seats. To view the resource, place an order, or learn more about children’s car seating, please visit http://www.elitecarseats.com.


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