If the car is only a 2 seater you can put a FORWARD facing car seat on the passenger side, but I'm not sure about a rear facing car seat.
It's not a rear facing car seat... only forward facing
Child must be in forward-facing child seat, located in back seat if back seat is present.Child 4-8 between 40 and 80 pounds:Child must be in a forward-facing booster seat. Seat is not required to be placed inback seat.
A child need to be in a rear facing car seat until he or she is about 3. Then you may switch to forward facing car seat until your child outgrows it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psmUWg7QrC8 Please keep the child rear-facing for as long as possible (according to the limits of your particular seat).
he can but if a police sees you you will be in trouble
The current guideline is that the child stay rear facing until 2 years old or they outgrow the height and weight requirements for their seat. They must then stay in a forward facing seat or booster seat until age 8.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psmUWg7QrC8 Please keep the child rear-facing for as long as possible (according to the limits of your particular seat). age two
Put the baby in the back seat ;) ONly way I can think of!
To safely install a forward facing child seat in the front seat, you can switch off the airbag using the key in the switch on the right hand side of the dashboard, it's only accessible with the door open and the ignition turned off.
Car seat requirements are what the car seat companies want you to do to make sure it is the safest possible. It all depends on the car seat. But most are the same. Facing forward after a certain age/height.
In Georgia all children under eight years of age are required to be in a car seat. The seat must be age and weight appropriate. It is important to install the car seat correctly as well. Never put a child seat or booster seat in the front seat, and all rear facing seats must be installed in a rear facing position.
I can't provide your answer, but I know who can. Stop by your local police department...they will be glad to help you correctly install your car seat, and protect that "cargo" of yours!
Depends on state ect. normally 1-2 for forward facing
Under the passenger seat, facing forward. Its a pre OBD connector.
It's not reccomended that children under 12 ride in the front seat, but it's not illegal, as long as they're in the proper child-restraint seat. 0-1, rear facing carseat, 1-3, forward facing carseat, 4-6 booster seat, 7+ seat belt.
Depending on the size of the car seat, it should be able to fit in the extended cab part of a Ford F-150. If the car seat is rear facing, the front seat may have to be adjusted/ moved forward to allow the car seat to rest on the back portion of the front seats. If the car seat is front facing, there should not be an issue.
flip seat back forward, then grab release handle on the back of the bottom part of the seat and pull seat forward.
The CDC and US Government have recently made the recommendation that infants remain in rear facing car seats until they are age 2. Toddlers should be in a forward facing car seat from age 2 to age 5.
Its safer for the seat to be facing backwards, because during a collision or an abrupt stop the infant would not be able to slip out of the car seat, and also so the infant will not choke on the car seat's seat belt. It is also safer to have an infant/child to be sitting in the back seat and not in the front passenger seat until the recommended age.
It is recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that all children should ride rear-facing in back seats until they are 2 years of age or until they reach the height and weight limit of their child restraints. When children reach the height and weight limits of their infant seats, they should be moved to convertible seats, but should continue to ride rear-facing for as long as possible. Some convertible seats have rear-facing weight limits of 40 pounds or higher. When children reach the rear-facing height and weight limit of their child restraint, they should be turned forward-facing in a convertible or another forward-facing child restraint. They should remain in forward-facing child restraints in back seats for as long as possible. Some forward-facing seats have weight limits only up to 40 pounds but many forward facing seats now go up to 65 and even 80 pounds. When your child is AT LEAST 1 year and AT LEAST 20 pounds. Think of Newton's laws of motion... an object in motion will want to stay in motion. If you get into a car accident and your child's seat is facing forward, the 5 point harness will stop your child's body, but not the head! It can cause paralysis, or even death. If you get into a car accident and the seat is rear facing, your child will be pushed into the shell of the car seat and there is a higher chance of your child surviving the crash.
Before you install the car seat, you must find the right car seat for your child and also decide where to install the seat in the car. I would recommend installing it in the middle seat because it is the safest place for a baby to be seated. Reading the instructions will also help and watching youtube videos. Firstly, to install a foward facing seat place the car seat in the car and put the seatbelt through the hole in the car seat and place all your weight on the seat and pull the whole seat belt out and let go until the seat belt lock is on and then sit on the seat and pull the seat belt until it is tight. Then you will need to hook the top harness onto the hook at the back of the car and tighten it. Your seat shouldn't move more than an inch side to side.
front facing because if the seat is the wrong way how can you see out the window
facing the seat