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Changes To Nebraska Child Passenger Safety Law In Focus For 31st Govenor's Ag Conference


February 14, 2019

Dakota Kuhns Western Nebraska Observer

Kimball Police Department community service officer Tammy Rutt, KPD Chief Andy Bremer and Christy Warner of Kimball County Transit strike a pose with Kimball Head Start kids after a discussion about the Child Passenger Safety Law.

Changes in the Nebraska's Child Passenger Safety Law that became effective Jan. 1 were discussed Tuesday, Feb. 12, at Kimball Head Start.

Christy Warner of the Kimball County Transit, Kimball Police Chief Andy Bremer and Tammy Rutt. KPD community service officer, participated in the session.

The new law states that children must ride in rear-facing seat up to age 2 or until they reach the upper weight or height limit allowed by the car seat manufacture.

Children up to age 8 must ride in a correctly installed car seat or booster seat. They also must ride in the back seat, as long as there i...

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