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Blog Category South Carolina Laws

Car Accidents Are a Leading Cause of Child Injury in South Carolina, So Make Sure You’re Using Your Child Car Seat Properly

August 31st, 2020

Cars are made for adult passengers, which is why children 8 and younger need proper devices to make sure they are secured against the effects of a car accident. According to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), in the event of a collision, a properly installed child safety seat can reduce the risk of death for infants by 71% and toddlers by 45%.

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Recognizing the risks of unrestrained children, South Carolina revised its child safety seat Read more

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What You Should Know about Moped Laws in South Carolina

April 24th, 2019

If you are planning to spend time at a South Carolina beach destination this summer, you may be considering a moped for transportation. They have surged in popularity in recent decades, especially in coastal towns popular with summer tourists. They are inexpensive and get great gas mileage, making them perfect for zooming around the city.

That said, South Carolina has made recent regulation changes for moped drivers (in 2018). Auger & Auger Law wants you to be informed if you Read more

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