What Is the Law about Sitting in the Front Seat?

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The law about sitting in the front seats states that all children up to 135 cm tall or the age of 12 in the front or rear seats in cars, vans and other goods vehicles must travel in the correct child restraint for their weight. The exception to this law usually is if you are in the rear of a taxi, for travelling for a short distance in an unexpected necessity and where you need to carry three children but can only fit two car seats in the back of the car.
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The law says that all children up to 135cm tall , or the age of 12, whichever comes first, in the front or rear seats in cars, vans and other goods vehicles must travel in the correct child restraint for their weight with very few exceptions.
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