2010 Tennessee Code
Title 55 - Motor and Other Vehicles
Chapter 9 - EquipmentLighting Regulations
Part 6 - Safety Belts
55-9-610 - Child safety restraints Programs to increase compliance.
55-9-610. Child safety restraints Programs to increase compliance.
The departments of health and safety shall place a priority on programs directed to increasing compliance with laws requiring child safety restraints. These efforts shall include the following:
(1) The department of safety shall supply to health care institutions providing obstetrical services appropriate literature pertaining to child safety restraints for distribution to prospective parents and parents of newborn children.
(2) The departments of health and safety shall coordinate their efforts in visiting prenatal classes offered by health care institutions providing obstetrical services to assure prospective parents understand the requirements of and necessity for child safety restraints.
[Acts 1989, ch. 564, § 8; T.C.A., § 55-9-611.]
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