How Much Do You Have to Weigh to Sit in the Front Seat?


The current weight for a person to sit in the front seat is at least 60 pounds. However, it will vary depending on the state and what they require. Most states want you to be 12 years of age to ride in the front seat due to health risks from car accidents. You can find more information here:
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It doesn't matter how much. If the light goes on that means you can't sit in front but if it goes off you can.
Airbags can be deployed, even in a low-speed collision, which can cause much more harm than the crash itself. Since children usually sit lower than adults, they are more at risk for
Children 12 & under are safest when properly
On my car visor it says 75 pounds or more to ride in 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 ...
For anybody to be able and legal to sit in the front passengers seat of the car you must weigh at least 70-80 pounds and be at least four feet in height. ...
There is no state law that states how old you have to be to sit in the front seat in PA. It is recommended that no one under the age of 12 sit in the front seat ...
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