What would you like to do?
12 years or older. They are mature enough.
Yes with the air bag disengaged.
The standard recommendation is 12 years old for a child to ride in the front seat because of the airbags. And the seat should be slid as far back as possible.
I am not sure about NC, but in PA it is based upon weight. Here it is 40 pounds.
California law is not age-based, but weight-based. A child can sit in the front seat at 65 lbs.
New laws require a rear-facing car seat for children until at least age 1 and at least 20 pounds. Then a forward-facing car seat until the child is at least 5 years old or wei…ghs 40 pounds. A booster seat is then required until 6 years of age. To follow the law, in Alabama, a child can be no younger than 5 years old and use a booster seat.
There isn't really a age limit
Children 6-12 years of age that weigh over 60 pounds must be belted and riding in a rear seat
you have to be 12 to sit in the front seat
Every state seems to have different guidelines - some declare a certain age - others go by weight and height. You will have to check your own state's requirements.
i think it is 6 years old or over 40 lbs. under that they must be in a car seat n if you have the car seat in the front it must be facing the rear of the vehicle.
there is no age limit . the child must be 1.5 metres tall
it depends mostly on weight and size, usually by 6 or 7 they might be tall enough or weigh enough to be out of one. look to your car seat for the shoulder height and weight. :…)
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It's usually determined by a child's height, not age. Once they pass 4'5" (in my municipality) they no longer have to ride in a car seat.