New Jersey has new child safety seat rules.
The rules, which take effect Tuesday, adhere to American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations.
Children under age 2 and who weigh less than 30 pounds must be secured in a rear-facing seat that is equipped with a five-point harness.
Children between 2 and 4 who weigh up to 40 pounds can be in either a rear-facing or front-facing seat.
Youngsters between 4 and 8 who are less than 57 inches tall must be in a forward-facing seat or a booster seat.
Children between 8 and 17 must wear seat belts.
For information on child car seat laws and where parents can get their children's car seats checked, click on one of the links below: