A new state law makes changes to how child car seats are used.
Beginning on Sunday, children under the age of two must be in a rear facing car seat, the ages of 2-4 must be in a five point harness and the ages of 4-8 must be in a booster seat. Drivers in violation of the new law could be fined up to $50 for each offense.
KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Green Bambino owner Morgan Harris about the changes.
Harris says Oklahoma is one of the first states in the country to be providing these kinds of guidelines for parents.