@hcbass2 asked 3 months ago.

How old does a child have to be to sit in the front seat?

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@loxonoboss answered 2 months ago.

It may seem like a no-brainer but you should never, ever sit a child in the front seat if they are under the age of 12. Research has shown that children younger than 12 years old are four times more likely to die in a car crash if they are sitting in the front seat.
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@ilolawe answered 2 months ago.

The law in most states requires that children under the age of 12 ride in the back seat. There are some exceptions to this rule, like if your children are taller than 4’9” and weigh at least 80 pounds, or if they’re older than 12 and have attended a driver’s education course.
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@kazidderinn answered 2 months ago.

Children under one year old should always ride in the back seat, but it’s important to keep in mind that the rear-facing position is actually the safest place for any child under the age of two.
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@gofusettunna answered 2 months ago.

There’s a federal law in the United States that states that children under one year old can’t sit in the front seat. This means that if you’re driving with a child under a year old, you must place them in a rear-facing car seat in the back seat.
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@vellehujezu answered 2 months ago.

The best recommendation for keeping your child safe in the car is to secure them in a rear-facing car seat until they’re at least two years old and weigh at least 20 pounds.

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