When can a kid sit in the front seat in Georgia? 7) When can my child ride in the front seat? A: Georgia law requires children to ride in the back seat until age 8. However, children age 12 and under should ride in the back seat of the vehicle whenever possible as the back seat is the safest position for children.
What are the height and weight requirements for a booster seat in Georgia?
|Age Limit||Weight / Height Limit|
|Infant Seat||Newborn to 1 yr. Less than 1 yr.||Up to 20 lbs. 20-35 lbs.|
|Toddler Seat||1-3 years||20-40 lbs|
|Booster Seat||From 4 years to at least 8 years||Between 40-80 lbs; Under 4’9” tall|
|Safety Belt||8+ years||Taller than 4’9”|
Does a 7 year old need a booster seat in Georgia? Properly Restraining Your Child in a Booster Seat
Georgia law requires children under the age of 8, and whose height in less than 4’9″ (57 inches), to ride in a car seat or booster seat appropriate for their weight and height, and travel in the backseat of the vehicle.
How much do you have to weigh to sit in the front seat in Georgia? Front-Facing Seat: Children in Georgia are permitted to sit in a front-facing car seat when they are one year old AND weigh at least 21 pounds. If a child is one year old and weighs 20 pounds or less, state law mandates that they remain in a rear-facing position.