A three-day road check netted 73 child safety seat violations in Bibb County earlier this year, prompting a safety campaign visit next week.
The Governors Office of Highway Safety will work with local organizations to teach adults how to safely restrain young passengers.
The 2012 Traffic Injury Prevention Caravan will stop Wednesday at Wal-Mart at 5955 Zebulon Road from 1-5 p.m.
We have found through child seat checks similar to the one that will be held Wednesday, that three out of four car seats are not installed correctly, said Ashley Lord, Kohls Kids Safety Zone Coordinator for The Childrens Hospital at The Medical Center of Central Georgia.
To observe National Child Passenger Safety Week, the caravan will take a rollover simulator and impaired vision demonstration to students at Howard High School on Tuesday and Rutland High School on Wednesday.
Booster seat and school bus safety will be taught Tuesday at Sonny Carter Elementary and Wednesday at Ingram-Pye Elementary.
Under Georgia law, children under 8 years old must be properly secured in the back seat in either a car seat or booster seat.