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Wow. You are a very angry person.
Originally posted by b777pilot
She is nothing but a stupid b****.
Its sad that poor baby is subjected to her stupidity and abuse and, his parents sham marriage.
You need a license to FISH, but any scum bag idiot can pop a child out!
Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
Do you really get your children taken away for not having them in a proper safety seat? I believe it's just a ticket and a fine.
Section 27360 CVC, which involve child passenger seat restraints (child safety seat or booster seat), was amended. The old requirements mandated that children under four years of age or weighing less than 40 pounds were to be restrained in child safety or booster seats. The amended law now requires a child transported in a vehicle shall be in a passenger restraint system unless the child is either six years of age or older, or weighs 60 pounds or more. Note that both the age and weight requirements must be met for this section to be enforced. The change is meant to close the safety gap for children who have outgrown infant car seats, but are not yet big enough to be protected by adult safety belts. Booster seats are required by law to comply with the same standards and guidelines as child safety seats and conform to all applicable United States Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. Never use a booster seat that has been in a crash, as the seat may have defects that are not visible. Violation of the law will bring fines of $100 for a first offense and $250 thereafter.