New Zealand Amends Car Seat Law to Improve Child Safety

Posted on October 11, 2012

Laws requiring the use of child safety seats are widespread, but New Zealand has one of the weakest in the world.  The country previously only required kids up to the age of five to utilize some kind of safety seat. That’s likely why the residents of the Western Bay of Plenty are supporting a change to the law there that will raise the upper end of the age requirement to seven years old. The Associate Minister of Transport announced the law change.

Click here for more about the new law.

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