Child Passenger Safety Week 2018

Georgia's Child Passenger Safety Laws...What You Need To Know For reference, the text of Georgia's child passenger safety seat laws can be found at O.C.G.A. 40-8-76. All children under the age of eight are required to be properly restrained in an approppriate child passenger safety seat or booster seat. Focus on SELECTION What: Making sure the car seat, booster seat, or seat belt is in good condition (has not been in a crash, is not expired or recalled, no labels missing)...



Child Passenger Safety

Georgia’s Child Passenger Safety Laws: O.C.G.A. § 40-8-76 Safety Belts Required As Equipment; Safety Restraints For Children (a) No new private passenger automobile manufactured after January 1, 1964, shall be sold to the general public in this state unless such automobile shall be equipped with two sets of safety belts for the front seat thereof. The safety belts may be installed by the manufacturer prior to delivery to the dealer, or they may be installed by the dealer. (b) (1)...



In an Emergency Dial 9-1-1!

Everyone needs to know to call 9-1-1 in an emergency, especially kids. Emergencies can happen at any time and there may not always be an adult around to help. Teaching your children how to use 911 could be one of the most important lessons you’ll ever share. How to use 9-1-1 Even though most 9-1-1 calls map the caller it is vital that your kids have your street address and phone number memorized. This will ensure the dispatchers send emergency personnel to the correct address...