Changes could be coming for child safety seat laws in South Carolina

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Child safety seat laws could be changing here in South Carolina.

The State House is considering a bill that would require children to be secured in a safety or booster seat until they are seven years old.

It would also ban children under the age of 13 from sitting in the front seat.

Right now, children have to be six years old to ride in the front seat.Keep checking counton2.com for real-time updates on this story. To get breaking news alerts, download the free News 2 App for iPhone or Android.

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