The government has sought to provide more clarity on the child restraint regulation under the new Road Traffic Act.
Several taxi operators have voiced concern that the stipulation is impractical, that getting a child seat is expensive and that the law would result in loss of revenue.
In response, Prime Minister Andrew Holness assured that the matter will be discussed at the next meeting of the National Road Safety Council, NRSC next Thursday.
However, with some taxi operators who do not have child seats choosing not to transport children due to the fear of being fined, people have been calling for more clarity on the act.
Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with oversight of the NRSC, Floyd Green sought to explain that the child restraint system does not necessarily have to be a car seat.