What age child can ride in car seat in front seat in Maine?
Laws on age/weight requirements for front seat passengers vary by state. However, a general rule is that front seat passengers should be over the age of 12 and over 70-80 pounds.
However, keep in mind that when driving with children, the back seat is always safer.
A child can ride in the front seat at the age of 12.
the child should be at least 9 to ride in the front seat
what age to ride front seat in ohio
A child can ride in the front seat a the age of 12 or 13.
What is the legal age and weight requirements for a child to ride in the front seat in Massachusetts?
what is legal age for child to ride in front seat in MAss?
When they attain 8 years old, they can ride in car in front seat.
you have to be 12 to sit in the front seat
There is no law that says a child must be a certain age to ride in the front seat. There is a law about child safety seats.
The standard recommendation is 12 years old for a child to ride in the front seat because of the airbags. And the seat should be slid as far back as possible.
The legal age that a child can ride in the front seat in the state of Virginia is 8 years of age. This is because children can be fatally injured by airbags in the front seat.
It is safer for the child to ride in the back seat. Front seat riding is allowed if in a pick-up truck.
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They can ride in the front seat if their feet touches the floor when they are sitting straight up.
the child has to be 13 to be a passenger
There is no Texas law that states a child of any age can not ride in the front seat. The law states that anyone age 8 or under 4'9" must be in a child safety seat. However, because of airbags and such it is not recommended for them to ride in the front seat.
you have to be 12
When the vehicle does not have a back seat.
At the age of 12.
When the person gets its lisence
12 years old or older can sit in the front seat in the USA
In Illinois, a child must be at least 8 years old to ride in the front seat of a vehicle. The child must be wearing a seatbelt in the front seat.
A child can ride in the front seat at any age, however they must use a booster seat until they are 12 or 135cm tall (whichever comes first). You must NEVER use a rear facing booster seat in the front seat.
In Arizona a child must be at least 5 years old to not require a child restraint, however, a child restraint need not be placed in the back seat. It is unsafe for a child of under 12 to ride in the front seat if there is an air bag.
Children under 4 cannot legally ride in the front seat. Otherwise, it is suggested that anyone under 12 should ride in the back for the highest amount of safety. If necessary for a child to ride in front be sure to push the seat back as far as possible.
As far as I know, any child under the age of 12 should not ride in the front seat. Especially if you have a passenger air bag.
The state of Wisconsin does not have a law that specifies when a child is allowed to ride in the front seat. The state does recommend that children ride in the back seat until they're 13.
actually it isn't what height it is how old the child has to be because if you put a child in the car and they are only 4' feet then you can get a ticket the child has to be older than 11 to ride in the front seat of a car
At least 13.
The age of a child that can ride in the front seat is 12 years old. It's the same as it is for about all other states in our country.
A 9 year old child can ride in the front seat of a car. It is important that they are buckled in and can sit still.
twelve and older
52 years old.
13yrs of age
they have to be at 100 lbs.
Depends the weight and height
no a child 12 and under can't ride in the front seat in Florida you also can't smoke with a child under 12 in the car That is not true... this is what I found Florida's seat belt laws require all front seat occupants to be restrained. ... There is no requirement in Florida law that children ride in the back seat of vehicles, however, ... they can be dangerous for children under the age… Read More
Legally a child over 5 years of age or 40 pounds can ride in the front seat in North Carolina. The state recommends though that children under 12 years of age ride in the back seat.
the leagl age to sit in the front seat of a vertical is 8
California law is not age-based, but weight-based. A child can sit in the front seat at 65 lbs.
By law, the PSP states that a child may ride in the front seat after 8 years old / 4'9"/ 80 lbs.; however, the state police strongly recommend that all children under 11 years of age ride in the back seat rather than the front!
In Georgia, a child has to weigh at least 40 pounds to sit in the front seat. If the child is under 8 years of age, he also must be restrained in a car or booster seat in order to ride in the front seat.
yes they can but make sure they're buckled and have a car seat.
Legally they can ride in the front after age 8 however it is nationally recommended that all children age 12 and under ride in the back seat.
Yoy have to be about 5 feet tall.
85lbs and at least 4foot8inches
Kids have to be 11 and up.
12 years old
12 years old
The child should be AT LEAST 12 or over 100lbs to sit in the front seat no matter where you live.