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When is it safe for children to ride in the front seat of an auto? According to the national Highway traffic safety administration, the recommended age for riding in the front seat should be 13 years old or over. Under this age, it is recommended that, children ride in the backseat buckled up in either a booster seat or in a car seat, depending on the child's size. Wearing a seat-belt and the fit of the seat-belt are the most important.


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12/6/2016
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When is it safe for children to ride in the front seat of an auto?
 
According to the national Highway traffic safety administration, the recommended age for riding in the front seat should be 13 years old or over.
Under this age, it is recommended that, children ride in the backseat buckled up in either a booster seat or in a car seat, depending on the child's size.

Wearing a seat-belt and the fit of the seat-belt are the most important.

This information is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have questions about seat belts, or if you have other issues about traffic tickets you would like to discuss with attorney Miller, you may call him at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com


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