BRINDISI REVEALS: NYS LAW FAILS TO BEST PROTECT INFANTS & BABIES WHO TRAVEL IN CAR SEATS EVEN THOUGH BABIES ARE BETTER PROTECTED WHEN THEIR CAR SEAT FACES THE REAR; ASSEMBLYMAN DRIVES NEW LAW TO REQUIRE CAR SEATS TO FACE THE REAR FOR ALL INFANTS & BABIES.
Crashes That Injure Kids Two & Younger Happen From Every Which Way, But Statistics Prove Babies Are Best Protected When They Face The Rear In A Car Seat
Currently, Car Seats For Infants & Babies Can Face Any Way A Parent Wants—And Most Parents Don’t Know The Best Way; Assemblyman Begins Campaign To Change The Law & Educate Parents
Brindisi: We Must Hit The Gas On Changing The Car Seat Law For Babies—Because It Will Save Precious Little Lives
Who: Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi, AAA Northeast of Utica, and other supporters of a measure he is sponsoring to make our youngest passengers safer on New York’s roads and highways.
What: Supporters of the bill, including a Utica parent with a personal story to share will join Assemblyman Brindisi at a news conference.
Where: The playground adjacent to the Parkway Recreation Center off Oneida Street in Utica.
When: Monday, June 12th at 9:30 a.m.
For More Information: Contact John Stemen at (315) 765-1755.