Car child seat ruling: No summonses for first six months, says Loke


KUALA LUMPUR: No summonses will be issued to those who fail to comply with the mandatory use of child seats, Dewan Rakyat was told.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke (pic) said he has directed the Road Transport Department (JPJ) not to penalise drivers for the first six months of the new ruling that starts in January.

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