LANSING (WKZO) -- A new study of seat belt compliance in Michigan conducted by the Wayne State University Transportation research group shows has some disturbing findings.
More children are being put at risk because parents aren’t always doing their job when it comes to proper restraints.
Ann Readett at the Office of Highway Safety planning says compliance for infants remains high. Its pre-school and early elementary aged kids who are more than likely improperly restrained.
Readett says moms tend to be most attentive when it comes to making sure all this is done properly, others not so much.