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New car seat rule?

If there is new guide line for safely traveling with our youngster, how do the effect others that transport our kids too? Kids start school at age four. When kids are four the school board requires that you put the child in a hornest. (Hornest= Is a seatbelt that your child wears and the bus driver clips the child to the seat, it works as a safety devise for schools). When kids go off to kindergartin, they are removed from their hornest an sat in a seat like the big kids, so if us as parents have to go by these guide line for our kids safety, then what are others doing gto keep our kids just as safe when they take them to and from school, five days a week. Should they be required to make the kids say in their hornest?


Asked by Kimberly71682 at 7:17 PM on Mar. 29, 2011 in General Parenting

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  • Well yes and no. The theory behind not having them buckled for most school districts is if there were to be an accident (not all that common with buses really) and they needed to get all the kids out quickly the young ones especially could not unbuckle themselves so they like to not have the kids buckled. I am not sure I agree with this entirely, but I do see their point.

    Answer by aeneva at 8:02 PM on Mar. 29, 2011