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(KSL News) If you have a child between ages four and seven, you'll want to hear the results of a new study involving car safety seats.
In most states, laws state children over age four don't have to sit in car safety seats.
But a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association says belt positioning booster seats can reduce a child's risk of injury by nearly 60 percent.
Researchers now hope their findings will encourage more states to make booster seats mandatory for children between ages four and seven.