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Compulsory child seats for cars in Japan?
  1. Tatsuhiro Yamanaka
  1. Department of Child Health, National Children's Castle, Jingumae 5-53-1, Shibuyaku , Tokyo, Japan 150-0001 (Tel: +81 33 797 5667, fax: +81 33 797 5676, e-mail:

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    The National Police Agency considered imposing a legal obligation on drivers to put their child passengers in child safety seats in November 1998. According to a survey by the agency between 1992 and 1997, the incidence of death among passengers under …

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