Booster Seat Law

I was reading the other day about a booster car seat law and wondered if parents thought it would be controversial.

I wrote a couple months ago about booster seat statistics. In summary, the other post said that car accidents are the leading cause of death in children from four years old to eight years old and that using booster seats reduces the chance of death by almost sixty percent.

Would you support a law that required children up to the age of eight to be in a booster seat?

Would you support parents being fined as a primary offense for not following the law? (That means that they could be pulled over for not having the children restrained properly as opposed to it being a secondary offense which would mean their vehicles could not be stopped for that reason. They could only be cited and fined failing to observe the booster law if the vehicle was stopped for a different purpose.

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