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No more than 2 to 2-1/2 feet tall
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you have to be "5'9" i mean "4'9"... ooops
To get out a booster seat you have to be at least 4 feet 9 inches
I believe the answer is 4'9". There is also a weight limit if your child is on the shorter side. If your child does not meed either requirement, then you have to use a booster… seat.
I do believe you have to be eight years old or 4 feet.
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you have to be 136cm or over
I think the Booster seat is do to weight but, I grew longer than fater so i got out when i was about 5 or 6.
Because a standard seatbelt just won't hold them correctly in a crash.
because if your too small and the car stops suddenly the seat belt will jam into your vital spot
i believe 4,5
the age in cairns is 8 but i do not no the age
They have to be both 6 years old and 60lbs. Its not just age that matters