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jessebuttonIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White encouraged parents and caregivers to make sure children are properly secured in appropriate child safety seats, including booster seats, as studies show the vast majority are improperly installed.  White made the announcement during National Child Passenger Safety Week at the Chicago Police Department’s 1st District Station. White joined police, health and safety officials as well as parents and children.

The Secretary of State’s office, through its Keep Me In A Safe Seat program, has seven fitting stations in Illinois where motorists can set up appointments or be referred to technicians in their area who can show them how to install their child safety seats properly.

To make an appointment or get more information, please call 866-247-0213 or visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com.

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