You need to disable the passenger side airbag.
The first child car seats were invented in 1921, but they were designed simply to keep the children restrained, not safe. The first child safety seats were manufactured in the early 1960's, but few people would buy them. Between 1978 and 1984 all 50 states passed laws to require the use of child ...
If you have lost something in the back seat like under it, i would the best thing is to remove the back seat first. The bolts of the back seat are can be found around under the cushioned area or sometimes in the boot.
Un bolt it from the floor and get a new seat track from your local salvage yard. Lucky for you its stuck forward so the bolts will be a lot easier to get out.
The age will depend upon the state that they live in, as many different states have different laws. In Kentucky, they must be at least 7 years of age.
You at least have to b 12 to sit in the front of a car
Some vehicles, usually those with no backseats, come with an airbag-off switch for this purpose.
if there is NO airbag then there is no age limit but strictly enforce them on wearing there seatbelt! have fun
Yes, for every occasion you must wear one.
There isn't really a age limit
A child should never ride in a car seat placed in the front seat of a car-or in any seat near air bags. Also, keep in mind that your car could have side air bags for rear seats. The center back seat is usually the safest spot to place a car seat.There are some really helpful guidelines for the co...
If the car does not have air bags, then a child can sit in the front at any age, but must us a booster seat until they weigh at least 80lbs. If your car has passenger side air bags, then it not recommended for them to sit in the front seat until after they turn 13.
well necessarily 14 and above is a appropriate age!
It's not a certain age , but the size of your child. Once a child grows to 4'6" , ( or 54 inches ) it is safe to assume that in a normal vehicle seat , your child will be able to sit upright and comfortable without the risks that shorter and not fully devoloped children will have. It's like going...
Putting a car seat in the front seat of your car is a terrible idea, regardless of the country. The height of the airbags can break a childs neck if just in a booster, and can jar a rear facing car seat, in the event of an accident. The front passenger seat is statistically the most dangerous sea...
That is determined by the size, and build of a person, but yes they can legally sit in the front.
they have to sit forward and with a seat belt
They can ride in the front at any age, but I don't know for legal pupuses. I mean in Wy. last time I checked it, it was 100 pounds or 8-9 years of age.
I can't find anywhere on the net that says either way. I did find something that said use a newer booster and described the kind with just the seat, not the thing across the front, but that seemed more for extra safety than law. If this booser is pretty old, then it is probably a better idea to b...
42 inches and 58 lbs They should be the size of an average 12 year old. At least, that's what it says in my car.
Well, at least weight 70 pounds and be 4;8 or taller in the state of Florida
You can buy excellent child restraint tamper proof seat belts from a place called 'Littles Child Restraints' on Sunnyholt Road, Blacktown 2148 New South Wales, Australia. They are the most child safety conscious family run business that i have ever visited.
Whether or not your 12-year-old needs a booster seat in the car depends upon the laws of your state. Each state seems to have different rules about age/weight/height requirements.
Children under the age of 8 must be secured in a car seat or booster seat in the back seat.Children who are 8 years of age OR have reached 4' 9" in height may be secured by a safety belt in the back seat.
if a child were to sit in the front seat and an accident happened the air bag would inflate and hit the child in the face at a good velocity to bruise, and crack not break the bones of a grown adult. the airbags would kill the child crushing their skull.
A child under the age of six weighing less than 60 pounds may ride in the front seat of a vehicle when: * There is no rear seat or the rear seats are either side-facing jump seats or rear-facing seats. * The child passenger restraint system cannot be installed properly in the rear seat. * All rea...
Most newer cars have an age or a pound limit sense most of them come with air bags. the front seat of a moving car is very dangerous for small children, as a rule its 12 years old.The age is 9 for a child to ride in the front seat of a car.
There is no age on that law. IF the child is unable to get out of the car on his or her own OR is not able to determine that staying in the hot car is a hazard because they dont have the proper mental capacity, then it is illegal.
there's really no preference on age, but 4'9" and 45 pounds is the most commonly accepted law
The law says that all children up to 135cm tall (around 4'5"), 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.
Everyone! ALL front seat occupants must be belted while the car is in motion.
I am sure that they must be 48" and must be wearing a seat belt at all times. Remember that I said I think this is the answer. Make sure you check before doing this.
Corvettes have some nice seats as well as some older Mustang Cobras, or you could go aftermarket sesating.It depends on your intended use and your vehicle.You may also need the track system for some seats or modify the existing ones or go totaly custom.
Usually, that's up to the driver / parents' discretion. The safest place for a child is always the back seat. However, if he or she is big enough for the seat belt to hold him or her in the proper position, it'll be OK.
A good rule of thumb is to make sure you are tall enough that the front passenger air-bags will not block and suffocate your mouth and or nose, should they deploy.
4 but in Australia it has no age limit
This Would Depend On a State But i would say 80-90 pounds and heights between 4 ft 3 and 4 ft 9
I have two of these, a 1993 and a 1997. Unfortunately, they don't go back. They are pretty much stuck in that 70 degree angle which it stops at. It sucks, I know. Sorry
80 lbs. and there is also a height restriction, both have to be met.
I believe that its 12 years of age and/or 42 inches tall.
One of the issues you would run into there is, the issue that air bags, and smaller children don't really seem to mix well. I know if they are in a child seat, the airbag can kill them. It is all relative to their height, the manufacturer of the car, when it was made, where it was made, single, o...
Guidelines vary from state to state. In Washington state it is illegal for anyone under the age of 13 to sit in the front seat of a car if a rear seat is available, regardless of height or weight.The issue isn't as much as weight (although part of the equation) as it is height. When airbags first...
Don't know but try the abd.org.uk web site and do a search
It varies from state to state. Normally height has nothing to do with it but in some states it does. It is usually based on age and weight. For instance in North Caroline it is 8 years old and a weight of less than 80 pounds. In some states it is base on age and height. Some require you to be age...
The middle of the backseat; away from the windows.
The child will have to be 13 years old, at least 4ft 6in, and 85+ lbs.
9 or over would be a good age but u could start at 7 or 8
You have to be at least the age of 15
actually it isn't what height it is how old the child has to be because if you put a child in the car and they are only 4' feet then you can get a ticket the child has to be older than 11 to ride in the front seat of a car
The first child car seats were invented in 1921, following the introduction of the Henry Ford's Model - T, however, they were very different from today's car seat. The earliest versions were essentially sacks with drawstring attached to the back seat. The first child car seats were invented in 19...
If anyone goes to their insurance company, the insurance company will be able to answer or at least look up the answer for you. AAA is REALLY GOOD for having answers like this.
In Illinois, a child must be at least 8 years old to ride in the front seat of a vehicle. The child must be wearing a seatbelt in the front seat.
In Georgia the minimum age is 6 years old, unless a medical waiver is obtained. The minimum height is 4'9" and weight 40 pounds which must also be met with age requirement.
12 yrs. so don't sit in the front 11 year olds
until the a least 4 and then in a booster seat till there about 4'9hope i could help
There is no height limit. You just have to be over 12 years of age, this is because air bags can kill you if you are under this age The answer is that you must be 12 years or older to sit in the front or else, if there is an accident you'll could have death.
Every state seems to have different guidelines - some declare a certain age - others go by weight and height. You will have to check your own state's requirements.
(in the US) Babies should not be riding in the front seat of vehicles under ANY circumstances.
You SHOULD be at least 36 inches tall. Children under the age of 15 are more safe at the back depending on their bone growth, etc.
There are no "front seat" laws in Massachusetts.In April, 2008, Governor Patrick signed Bill 2018 - The Booster Seat Bill, into law. The law went into effect on July 10, 2008.Basically, the law states:"no child under the age of eight and measuring less thanfifty-seven inches shall ride as a passe...
it all depends on the state u are inand in some states u have to be at least 16 yrs off age
The Tote N' Go seat that was recommended in the previous answer is a TERRIBLE seat! I do not know a vehicle it can be PROPERLY installed in and used. Also it is a forward facing only seat so it can not be used for children under a year old or 20lbs. For great info about the Tote N' Go check out t...
This depends on the state but usually children are not allowed in the front seat until they are 4'7" or a certain age. This means no child in a booster seat should be in the front seat as the airbags are not designed to work safelt with something like that in the front seat.
4'9" without a car seat. Hardin Auto Sales. Spokane, Wa
Tall enough to see the close road.
My brother is a real vagabond type, and he bought a '97 Subaru wagon. He sleeps in it all the time. The key to finding other models that will do this is they need a two part seat system. First, the bottom part of the seat rocks forward, then the back part folds down. This is typically the only wa...
no you would still miss 3 cm as it is required that you are over 155 cm to sit in the passanger seat or you could be choked by the air bag hence if there is no air bag sure u can :) but then again what car doesnt have a air bag :(? old ones :D
Independent of regulations, children between the ages of 4 and 8, or weighing under 80 lbs, should sit in a booster seat.
You're probably thinking of a booster seat.
that's a good question. my buttcheeks alright tell that to your kid
Statistically the most dangerous seat in a car is the front passenger's seat. For children any seat which has a front airbag is unsafe, given that most cars offer these airbags standard and given the child will not be driving one must conclude that the back seats are in fact the most safe place f...
In Ontario (Canada) the law states that under the age of 12 or under a specific weight (?), the child must be in the back seat, due to Air bags.My 2cents: It is also safer for kids to be in the back seat, in the event of an accident, they are protected by the back of the front seat, rather than h...
Age does not matter since the law says all passengers must wear seatbelts.
It has more to do with weight and height according to your individual state's law. There is NO nationwide standard on this.
Two-wheeled and three-wheeled vehicles. That's pretty much it.
Children under 4 cannot legally ride in the front seat. Otherwise, it is suggested that anyone under 12 should ride in the back for the highest amount of safety. If necessary for a child to ride in front be sure to push the seat back as far as possible.
It depends, because my mom said you have to weigh 63 pounds! So if your fat...you can sit in the front if you weigh 63 pounds or more! If you weigh 62 and UNDER...SORRY! You have to wait till you get more fat!
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as soon as the child can hold, fire, and reload and AK-47 they are permitted to ride "shot-gun" or as they call it "ak-ak"