How Old Should Kids to Sit in the Front Seat of the Car in Ohio?


In Ohio, children under four years old and weighing less than 40 pounds must ride in a car seat or booster. Children through age 15 must wear a seat belt. Ohio also requires children ages four through seven who are shorter than 4'9' tall to ride in a booster seat.
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Keeping your child safe in the car requires a front-facing car seat after a certain age. When a child outgrows that seat, safety is compromised. I have 5 children and I let them start
it really doesnt matter about the weight mostly age and height. the propper age is 12 and older the proper height is 4ft 10 in. Alabama Dept. of Public Safty
This depends on which city/state you reside in, but most experts agree that the age
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children ride in the back seat until they are at least 13 years old. The reasoning behind this recommendation is because airbags
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