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1. Questions and a Drawing

The following questions ask what you know about Kansas Law regarding booster seats.

Those who respond to the questionnaire may also enter their name into a drawing for a booster seat. Three booster seats will be given away to three, randomly drawn questionnaire participants. Your name and contact information will be kept separate from your answers, which are anonymous, and your contact information will not be used in any other way.

1. My name is: (Enter your name if you want to be entered into the booster seat drawing. You may skip this question if you don’t want to be in the drawing. Your name will not be used for any other purpose).

2. My phone number is: (Enter your area code and phone number so you can be contacted if you win a booster seat. Your phone number will not be used for any other purpose).

3. My e-mail address is: (Enter your e-mail address so you can be contacted if you win a booster seat. Your e-mail address will not be used for any other purpose).

4. Kansas law requires all children, ages 4, 5, 6 and 7 to ride in a booster seat, without exception.

5. All children ages 4, 5, 6, and 7 are required to ride in a booster seat unless:

6. Children who are taller than 4 feet 9 inches must be protected by a seat belt.

7. Seat belts are made to fit adults and do not protect children properly.

8. The primary purpose of booster seats is so that child can “see out” of the vehicle.

9. Booster seats reduce the risk of injury by 59% as compared to using only seat belts.

10. Hi-backed booster seats may be used with lap belts only, but backless booster seats require using lap/shoulder belts.

11. If the child is uncomfortable with the shoulder belt, it is OK to put the shoulder belt behind the child, as long as the lap belt is in place.

12. The lap belt is best placed across the stomach area, to hold the child in place in the event of a crash.

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