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18-Sep-2017 04:19

Young children usually are covered by child safety seat laws, while safety belt laws cover older children and adults.

Because enforcement and fines differ under belt use and child safety seat laws, it's important to know which law is being violated when a child isn't restrained.

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However, the law mandates the use of the French language in all broadcast audiovisual programs, with exceptions for musical works and "original version" films.

All 50 states and the District of Columbia have child safety seat laws.A similar restriction—though implemented by primary legislation regulations and not as application of the Loi Toubon—applies to product labeling: product labels should be intelligible and in French, though additional languages may be present.In another provision, the law specifies obligations for public legal persons (government administrations, et al.), mandating the use of French in publications, or at least in summaries of publications.There are mandatory safety belt laws in all states except New Hampshire.In some states, these laws cover front-seat occupants only, but belt laws in 29 states and the District of Columbia cover all rear-seat occupants, too.

All 50 states and the District of Columbia have child safety seat laws.

A similar restriction—though implemented by primary legislation regulations and not as application of the Loi Toubon—applies to product labeling: product labels should be intelligible and in French, though additional languages may be present.

In another provision, the law specifies obligations for public legal persons (government administrations, et al.), mandating the use of French in publications, or at least in summaries of publications.

There are mandatory safety belt laws in all states except New Hampshire.

In some states, these laws cover front-seat occupants only, but belt laws in 29 states and the District of Columbia cover all rear-seat occupants, too.

Child safety seat laws require children to travel in approved child restraints or booster seats and some permit or require older children to use adult safety belts.