(St. Paul, MN) -- State officials stress the importance of properly restraining children in vehicles as part of Child Passenger Safety Week (9/16-22). Heather Darby with the Office of Traffic Safety says parents need to be aware of the type of seat their child is riding in "because most children are actually riding in the wrong seat or an improperly installed seat.' She adds that the biggest problem safety officials see is "skipping the booster seat." Darby says Minnesota law requires children ages 4 and up to use a booster seat until they are 8 years old or four-foot-nine inches tall. All kids under one year and 20 pounds need to be in a rear-facing restraint and children 2 to 4 should use a forward-facing seat.