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Her Dad Tried To Help Her Out In The Car, But What She Told Him Left Him In Stitches

The first child seats in the United States were built during the 1930s. Oddly enough, these car seats were not made for safety, but so that parents could watch their kids in the mirror as they drove. In 1984, Tennessee became the first state in America to create a child car seat law. Today, many states require that children use child seats until they are at least 4 feet and 9 inches tall, regardless of their age. In the United States, the Department of Transportation suggests that parents use booster seats for children up to 60 inches and 120 pounds. Little August does not care what the law says - she does not like her car seat. Check out how this little girl shows her displeasure in this hysterical video.
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