What age can a child sit safely in the front seat?

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A child can sit in the front sit when she or he is 13 years and above
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A child under the age of 10 should not be in the front seat of a car. The only time a child should be allowed in the front seat of a car, is when you can shut off the air bags. This
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I believe that its 12 years of age and/or 42 inches tall.
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This depends on state regulations. I am 14, and I started around 9. Sometimes at 8 but rarely. Source(s) I am a kid.
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Children younger than age 13 years are safest in the rear seat of a vehicle.
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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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