Child Safety Seats
The child safety seat requirements shown in the "How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats in Wisconsin" program are a reflection of current Wisconsin state law. These legal requirements are intended to protect children from injuries in motor vehicle crashes. However, if you wish to provide even greater protection for your child—beyond what is required by state law—or need to locate a trained child safety seat technician near you to ensure proper car seat installation, please consult www.healthychildren.org or www.safercar.gov/parents/RightFit.htm
How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats in Wisconsin
- How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats – Intro (Extended Video)
- How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats – Infant (Extended Video)
- How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats – Toddler (Extended Video)
- How to Properly Use Child Safety Seats – Booster (Extended Video)
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Last modified: April 2014
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