What is the legal age for children to sit in the front seat in Missouri?
It is not age but height and weight of the child that determines when.
children in Missouri can sit in the front seat of a car by age twelve
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.
the age that you need to be to ride in the front seat of the car is 12
They must be physically restrained with the proper child safety seat.
you have to be at least 4-foot 9" to sit in the front seat in Missouri.
You have to weigh at least 90 pounds to sit in the front seat of a car in Missouri.
the legal height and weight is 4'10 and 92 pounds
The age recommended is 13 or older.
No it is not legal to put a baby in the front seat of a car.
I sat in the front seat when I was 5
You have to be at least 4-foot 9" to ride in the front seat of car. (in missouri.)
It is legal at any age, but far safer for the child to ride in the back seats.
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?
Yes, there is a law in every state for children sitting in the front seat.
in the front seat of the car it says ,''Children older than 12 yrs. old. The National Highway Safety Administration recommends children under the age of 13 sit in the back seat. North Dakota recommends this guideline.
They can ride in the front seat at any age, but for safety reasons, it is not recommended that children sit in the front seat until they are around ten years old.
Children under 10 are forbidden to travel in the front seat.
at 12 in new jersey you can sit in the front seat
Laws vary by State. In Texas children must be 12 years old to ride in the front seat of a car.
You must be 12 years old to ride in the front seat.
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.
You must be at least 12 or older to sit in the front seat of a vehicle
They should be 6 and older
No special law exists to children riding in the front seat. Texas requires all children under 8 years of age or under 4'9" to ride in child safety seats. Texas law requires front seat occupants drivers and passengers to be in seat belts.
It needs you to be 4"9 or 80+ pounds
12 years old.
well the child has to be at least years old to seat at the front of the car with a car seat.
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.
"There is no age restriction for sitting in the front seat in BC traffic law."
1st, it wouldn't be that wise to put a child in the front seat, but I would say at 13 it gets legal.
Children usually have to be 12 years or older to sit in the front seat of a car
They can ride in the front seat if their feet touches the floor when they are sitting straight up.
When the car is parked.
In many states children are allowed to sit in the front seat when they weigh 88 pounds (if i am correct). Personally, your kid might be over 88 pounds but is extremely short and the seat belt might not fit correctly on his shoulder. It would be best not to compromise his/her safety by putting them in the front seat.... Anyways, if your not worried about the states law and you feel your child will… Read More
Children 12 and younger should sit in the back seat. So 13 and up for the front seat.
Children of any age can sit in the front seat; however the Minnesota Department of Public Safety advises that children sit in the back seat until age 13.
Anybody can ride in the front seat in New York, but New York government recommends that nobody under 12 sits in the front seat.
My umderstanding is that there is no law against children riding in the front seat of a car in NY. There are several requirments that children be "properly restrained" which varies by age and weight. However, there are no laws prohibiting a child of any age from riding in the front seat of a car.
There are no laws concerning children and front seats. There is a law about children and the use of child safety seats.
you have to be at least 90 lbs before you could safely sit in the front seat and you should be at least 12
12 years old
Not positive, but i think it is 60lbs
12 years old
16 years or older
It is recommended that children not sit in the front seat of the car until they are 13 years old. Passenger side airbags are considered dangerous to children.
4' 9" without a car seat
We recommend that a child sit in the rear seat until they are 13 years of age. The important thing is that the child is properly restrained. The law does not specify how old the child has to be to sit in the front seat. Thanks, Public Information and Education Division Missouri State Highway Patrol Reply To: email@example.com
There is no age restriction for the front seat in New York. Children, however, must be in the proper child safety seat, harness/vest or booster seat until eight years of age. It is recommended that children sit in the back seat until 12 years of age.
I found a really helpful PDF put out by the Utah Safety council. According to it, there is no law regarding children riding in the front seat of the car: http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org/assets/pdf/utboosterlaw.pdf It is recommended that children under age 12 ride in the back seat, or to turn the airbags off if a child under 12 is in the front seat, but there is no law saying you have to.
In several states of the US, children of or below a certain age must (or should be, if possible) in the back seat of a car or vehicle: California: Children 5 and under, or less than 60 pounds weight, must be in the back seat (no exceptions). Delaware: Children 11 and under and 65 inches or less tall must be in the backseat if the passenger airbag is active (if unactive, then they may use… Read More