Kids 12 and under should always be in the back seat. Most cars have front seat air bags, and these can hurt small children if the bags inflate during a crash or sudden stop. The safest place in the car for children is always in the back seat...Transport Canada
Depends the weight and height
Seat Belt Regulation, Alta. Reg. 258/1987
you have to be 12+ to sit in Canada
Depends on where you live, Where I live in Alberta Canada 1987
I think that you should be in sixth grade when you get to sit in the front seat.
if they are old enough to walk they are old enough for up in the front seat
They should be 6 and older
The minimum age should be 13. But no one under the age of 12 should be in the front seat.
I live in Ontario and I believe it's 49 inches.But you should double check first.
12 i think
In Canada you can drive with a learner's permit, as long as there is a licensed driver in the front seat with you.
well in Canada 12 and over
12 years old at least in Canada
This depends on the state but usually children are not allowed in the front seat until they are 4'7" or a certain age. This means no child in a booster seat should be in the front seat as the airbags are not designed to work safelt with something like that in the front seat.
An infant or car seat should never be put in a front passenger seat that has an air bag
the child should be at least 9 to ride in the front seat
no child 12 or under should sit in the front seat no matter what his or her size is
Should be bolts at each corner of seat
Should be a bolt at each corner of the seat
(in the US) Babies should not be riding in the front seat of vehicles under ANY circumstances.