This is regulated individually by each state/country, so you should check with the driving manual or on the dmv website of the state/country where you are driving. Typically, there is a weight limit for the child, under which they need to be in a car seat. Above that weight, a seat-belt is fine. 80 lbs is about the norm. Some states have different rules for children under 45 lbs.
Your child needs to be at least 8 or 9.
In the UK, your child must use a car seat until they are 12 years old or 135cm tall (whichever comes first).
In 15 years old
The child has to be either 12 years old or 135cm tall (whichever the child reaches first).
I heard it was supposed to be by weight, not by height, but what do i know.....when they outgrow the carseat
It is not age, it is the child's weight that matters. In some states even lightweight teens must use a carseat, by law. Many states have adopted 40 pounds as the limit . . . others are higher.
If your child has figured out how to get out of his carseat, I would think about purchasing a new (and trickier) one.
No, even though the kid is tAll there is still a big danger risk. They should always be in a booster or carseat.
12 and 4 foot 9
a child is permitted to use a booster seat instead of a carseat based on height and weight, not age. the correct weight is 40 pounds and over 38" tall.
up until they are at least 7 months to a year
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