Many of us can remember the joys of riding in a car when we were younger without many restrictive devices.  I can remember piling up in the back of a station wagon, and riding to see a UNC basketball game in Chapel Hill.  I also recall only having a lap belt in the back seat of the car.  Times have changed and safety devices have improved for adults and children.  Today, we have certain laws and guidelines to follow to ensure the safety of all passengers.  It can be a challenge to keep up with proper safety guidelines, because they are continuously changing. 

The following article provides great advice on when to allow your child to sit in the front seat.

Happy reading!

 

When Can My Child Ride in the Front Seat?

Posted 10:22 AM

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