Child car seat

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  • Why gas-guzzling cars? Why is our transportation dominated by four wheels powered by a gasoline-snorting engine? People have been using wheels for nearly 6,000 years. The invention of the wheel probably occurred many times in many places and no event of inception was recorded. At first wheels were powered by the people who made them. Hitching animals to move carts started around 4,000 years ago.

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  • In October 2005, an Angelina County, Texas, court held a woman accountable in an automobile crash that resulted in the death of her 1-month-old son who was not properly restrained in the vehicle. The woman forgot the child’s car seat and let a friend hold the child in her lap while a 14-year-old, unlicensed, uninsured driver drove the vehicle. The car slammed into an oncoming pickup truck and rolled over, killing the boy. The woman pleaded guilty to negligent homicide charges and was sentenced to a deferred three-year prison sentence and is required to attend...

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  • The original function of seatbelts was to re- strain only adult-size occupants, and some belt- assembly design parameters are in conflict with those that would best secure CRs. These param- eters include belt anchor location, buckle size, and type of retractor and latchplate. These and other issues regarding child restraint compatibility with vehicle belts and seats are addressed in an SAE Recommended Practice (SAE J1819, 1994). 105 Unfortunately, however, not all products comply with this voluntary standard, nor have all prob- lems been solved.

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  • However, in State v. Jones, 151 S.W.3d 494 (Tenn. 2004), the court ruled that a passenger’s conduct in holding her 2-year-old child in her lap was not a gross deviation from ordinary care under the facts of this case. The court reasoned that adult drivers routinely fail to safely restrain child passengers. The court cited a recent survey finding that only 60 percent of child passengers were restrained and that State law “permitted a mother to remove her child from its car seat to nurse the child or to ‘attend to its other physiological needs.’” 11 Likewise, in...

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