Children from birth to at least 12 months and at least 20 pounds need to be in a rear-facing infant seat. Keep your child rear-facing as long as the car seat allows.
From 13 months to age four, kids need to be in a child car seat with a five-point harness.
Up to 4’9” tall kids need to be in a booster seat. Boosters should only be placed with a lap and shoulder belt.
And kids up to age 13 must ride in the rear seat of the vehicle.
That’s Washington’s law.
For more information and to make an appointment for a car seat check, call 360.249.3711 x576.
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