Every state in the country has laws in place geared toward protecting infants and small children from being injured in car accidents. Before you get behind the wheel with a young child as a passenger, it’s important you understand these laws, both for the safety of your child and to prevent yourself from being subject to some stiff penalties.
The following are a few factors you’ll want to take into consideration:
Regardless of the reason you are pulled over, having a child in the back could make your offense worse in the eyes of the law, meaning you could get points on your license, have your license suspended or revoked and be subject to large fines. So make sure your children are safely secured in the back seat and drive carefully whenever you take the road.
To learn more about these types of legal issues, consult the trusted North Carolina auto accident lawyers at Lanier Law Group.
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