They can ride in the front at any age, but I don't know for legal pupuses. I mean in Wy. last time I checked it, it was 100 pounds or 8-9 years of age.
In Arizona a child must be at least 5 years old to not require a child restraint, however, a child restraint need not be placed in the back seat. It is unsafe for a child of u…nder 12 to ride in the front seat if there is an air bag.
\ni dont think it is the age. It is the weight. I recommend over seventy pounds.
between the ages of 1-13 kids must ride in the back. But if your 15 and older you can ride in the front seat but, you must always wear your seat belt. (When 14, it varies on …if the parent should allow you to sit up front or the back, for safety reasons, trust me im in the same situation) . I think that is right
the child has to be 13 to be a passenger
The new law is that the child either has to be 5 foot 1 and over 100 pounds, or 13.
9 or over would be a good age but u could start at 7 or 8
from the age 12 up
California law is not age-based, but weight-based. A child can sit in the front seat at 65 lbs.
There isn't really a age limit
The state of Missouri has specific child restraint laws, designed to protect children while riding in motor vehicles. Missouri law requires the use of a child car or booster s…eat for all children under four years of age. For kids who are four and older, age and weight stipulations apply. Fines for violating child restraint laws vary, depending on which portion of the regulation you violate. Age and Weight Requirements . According to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), all children under four years of age must be in a child restraint device when riding in a motor vehicle. In addition, all children who weigh less than 40 pounds must be in a child restraint system while traveling in a motor vehicle. Kids between the ages of four and seven, who weigh less than 80 pounds and are less than 4 feet 9 inches tall, must be placed in a booster seat . If your child is four or older and weighs more than 80 pounds, or is taller than 4 feet 9 inches, you can secure her in an adult seat belt. From this language, there are no specific laws in Missouri that state a specific age for children of 8 years or older to ride in the front seat in Missouri. However, your child must be greater than 80 lbs and taller than 4 feet 9 inches.
12 years old.
age 12 and up.