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Starting January 1, some middle school kids could be rolling up in the carpool line and hopping out of their booster seats. That’s after Gov. Jay Inslee signed stricter car seat regulations into law, meaning children shorter than 4 feet 9 inches must sit in a booster seat.

Children under 13 years old must sit in the back seat of the vehicle, plus other new regulations, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.

Photos: Wash. State Traffic Safety Commission

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