What Age Can Children Ride in Front Seat of Car?

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In the UK, children should be strapped into car seats until they are at least 11 years old or 5 ft tall. There is no law that states the age at which a child can ride in the front seat of a car.
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the age that you need to be to ride in the front seat of the car is 12.
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13 yrs old is when they are able to sit in the front seat.
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In Tennessee, it is not required that an infant younger than 1 or a child weighing 20 pounds or less ride in a rear seat. However, the child must be buckled into a child car seat.
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Uh, like 8.
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All children younger than 13 years should ride in the back seat.
When children outgrow their booster seats (usually at age 8 or when they are 4’9” tall), they can use the adult seat belts in the back seat, if they fit properly.
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