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New law keeps kids in car seats longer

A new Florida law will keep your kids in car seats longer.
Governor Rick Scott signed a bill that increases Florida's car seat requirement from 4 to 5-years-old.
   
Starting in January, parents will no longer be allowed to use seat belts for children under 5.   
   
The new law allows parents to use booster seats to meet the requirements.
There are exceptions to the new law, including if a child is being transported by someone who is not a member of the immediate family.