When can a child's car seat face forward?

Answer It is recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety that all children should ride rear-facing in back seats until they are 2 years of age or until they reach the height and weight limit... Read More »

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When can a child's car seat face forward instead of facing rear?

On One Hand: One Year and 20 PoundsThe Child Passenger Safety Institute reports that the safest way for a child to ride in a car is in a rear facing position. Rear facing child car seats provide pr... Read More »

How old does a child has to be to sit forward in a car seat?

When can my child face forward in the car?

In most cases, a child must weigh more than 20 lbs. and be older than 1 year of age in order to face forward in a vehicle. Each state, however, sets its own laws regarding the use of child safety r... Read More »

Who is at fault when you are putting your child inside the car in child seat in the rear seat and other car hits you backing off while are half out and half in?

In Idaho, you have to be above 4 foot 8 inches, or over 90 lbs.