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Study: Child Booster Seat Used Less in Carpools

A new study showed that carpooling parents do not use child booster seats as much as non-carpooling parents.

01/30/2012 // WPB, FL, USA // Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

Excuses like limited vehicle space and difficulties making arrangements with other drivers are not sufficient enough should your vehicle be involved in a traffic accident. If you do not have the room to have safety seats for every child who requires them, then you should not be carpooling that many kids. An accident could occur at any time, which can lead to the death of one of the children you’re transporting, all because you didn’t use a safety seat.

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