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Children who are 4'9' or higher should use booster seats. Age isn't really a restriction in the state of Maryland, height determines when children should use a booster sea…t. Booster seats help increase their height so that seat belts fit appropriately.
I'd say about 3-6 but they have to be a certain height and weight so it's different w/ every kid. Comment from Phatcharapimon : it depends on which types of booster seats; i.…e. some may help safely transport "big kids" from 30-100 pounds, etc. (http://astore.amazon.com/healthy-care-booster-seat-20/detail/B004GEC8LU)
In most places anyone under the age of 12 is considered incapable of forming the intent to commit a crime.
there's really no preference on age, but 4'9" and 45 pounds is the most commonly accepted law
No more than 2 to 2-1/2 feet tall
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.
40-80 pounds as one of the nation's most important child passenger safety priorities. However, the majority of America's 20 million children who should be riding in booster se…ats are not, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA)Chairman Charley Smith.
Minimum of age 8 AND 4'9". The car seat belt must fit snuggly across the child's hips with both feet on the floor and the shoulder belt must not be cutting into their neck. So…me 8 yr olds are this tall, but most are not. The size of the child is the most important factor.
12. Or if u are over than 125cm wide. (tall)
They have to be both 6 years old and 60lbs. Its not just age that matters
It depends on how tall the child is. Most people would day seven, but in my opinion, it should be based more on size.
Keeping a child safe is an important and essential job. This can be a 24-hour job. Within this job, a parent needs to ensure a child is safe while in the car. This means th…at a parent can't think twice about his or her car seat choice and car seat rules. Although there is not an exact rule for an appropriate age at which a child should stop using a booster seat, most experts would agree that between the ages of eight and 12 would be most appropriate. The reason for this is that, a typical child in those age ranges would reach around four feet, nine inches, which would equate to an appropriate height to use a regular seat and seat belt.
When the child is big enough so they can be safely and securelyrestrained by a regular safety-belt.