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Air Travel/Infant Car Seats in Aruba


THubbs wrote at 2013-02-25 20:49:30
I know this is late, but I would like to answer for any one investigating for their visit to Aruba.  I copied the below from the Aruba website:

Driving in Aruba is on the right-hand side of the road (as in the U.S.). Local laws require drivers and passengers to wear seat belts and motorcyclists to wear helmets. Children under 5 years of age should be in a child safety seat; older children should ride in the back seat. Right turns at red lights are prohibited on Aruba.  

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