New South Carolina Child Passenger Safety Law

New South Carolina Child Passenger Safety Law
New South Carolina
Child Passenger Safety Law
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Rear-Facing Car Seat
Forward-Facing Car Seat
Booster Seat
Seat Belt
An infant under 2 must
be secured in a
rear-facing car seat in a
rear seat of the vehicle
until the child exceeds
the height or weight
limit allowed by the
manufacturer of the
car seat.
A child at least age 2 or
under 2 who has
outgrown the manufacturer’s height or weight
limits for a rear-facing car
seat must be secured in a
forward-facing car seat in
a rear seat of the vehicle
until the child exceeds the
highest height or weight
requirements of the
forward-facing car seat.
Children at least age 4
who have outgrown
their forward-facing car
seat must be secured by
a booster seat in a rear
seat of the vehicle until
the child can meet the
height and fit requirements for an adult
safety seat belt. Lap and
shoulder belts must be
used.
A child at least age 8 or
at least 57 inches tall
may be restrained by an
adult safety belt if the
child can be secured
properly by an adult
safety seat belt.
To view the complete text of the new law, visit the Buckle Up, South Carolina website at:
buckleupsc.com/safety_seat_law.asp
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