Car Seat Laws by State (Updated 2018)

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While most people agree that car seats are vital for a child’s safety, many people don’t understand why they are so important. In fact, car seats weren’t even originally designed to protect children in traffic accidents.

When car seats were first manufactured in the early 1930s, their purpose was to act as a booster seat so the driver could see his or her children better.

In the 1930s, a child’s general health was of much more concern than his or her safety in a car.

Because of the Great Depression, many Americans had to go without health care, and many others could not pay for even part of their medical bills.

In the early 1930s, children commonly suffered from pneumonia and diseases, such as influenza, tuberculosis, and syphilis — some of the leading causes of death at that time. Polio was another nationwide issue.

It was not until 1962 that two car seat designs were created with the purpose of protecting a child in the event of a crash.

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Children’s Fatality Rates in Car

Today, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death and injury for all children.

There are more cars on the road — driving at faster speeds for longer distances — than ever before.

Child restraints reduce the risk of injury by 71 to 82 percent and reduce the risk of death by 28 percent compared to children wearing only seat belts.

Compared to those only wearing seat belts, booster seats also reduce the risk of nonfatal injury by 45 percent among four through eight-year-olds.

If you want to learn how to ensure your child’s safety in a car and understand your state’s car seat laws, keep reading!

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Car Seat Laws by State

Now consider taking these extra steps to ensure your child’s safety in your vehicle:

  • Receive a car seat installation lesson in person and have your car seat inspected by a professional. You can click this link to locate a car seat inspection station near you.
  • Register your car seat to make sure it meets current safety regulations.
  • Add yourself to the NHTSA recall notification system to be informed of any recalls on front-facing, rear-facing, and booster car seats. If you find your car seat is recalled, call NHTSA’s toll-free Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236.

Also, you should avoid using a car seat after an accident. The NHTSA recommends discontinuing use after a moderate to severe crash. For more information on what constitutes moderate to severe, check out this guide.

When in doubt, get a new car seat. Your child’s safety is worth it!

Types of Child Safety Restraints

There are three major types of car seats that parents and caregivers use based on their child’s age and size. If you’re interested in learning more about installing a car seat, you can watch these video tutorials and Buckle Up for Life’s installation videos.

Also, many manufacturers have videos for installation of their car seats, so make sure to research your model.

Review the NHTSA’s ease-of-use rating for more information.

– Rear-Facing Seats | Birth to Three-Years-Old

Rear-facing seats are by far the safest option for a young child’s car seat.

The rear-facing position should be used AT LEAST until the child weighs over 20 pounds and is one-year-old. However, some states require a child to be in a rear-facing seat until they weigh 40 pounds and are two-years-old.

– How to Install a Rear-Facing Only Infant Car Seat (>Instructions)

– How to Install a Convertible Car Seat Rear-Facing (Instructions)

– How to Install an All-in-One Car Seat Rear-Facing (Instructions)

– Forward-Facing Seats | One to Seven Years Old

In many states, after turning one and weighing 20 pounds, children can legally travel in forward-facing seats, but that doesn’t mean it is the safest option.

And, new state laws actually don’t make it legal for children to ride in forward facing seats until they reach age two and weigh at least 30 pounds.

– How to Install a Convertible Car Seat Forward-Facing (Instructions)

– How to Install a Combination Car Seat Forward-Facing (Instructions)

– How to Install an All-in-One Car Seat Forward-Facing (Instructions)

– Booster Seats | Four to 12 Years Old

By law (in Canada and most of the U.S.), children must be restrained in a rear or forward-facing car seat until they are at least four-years-old and weigh 40 pounds. After the requirements are met, they can move into a booster seat.

Booster seats are recommended for children until they are big enough to properly use a seat belt. The two types of booster seats are:

  • High-back booster seats
  • Backless booster seats

The major differences between the backless and high-back booster seats are head support and improved protection in side-impact collisions. Vehicles with bench seating and no headrest are required to use a high-back booster.

Booster seats elevate the child so that the shoulder belt rests appropriately on the shoulder blade and does not ride up the child’s neck.

It also provides “hips” that the seat belt can rest securely across and remain on the large bones of the child instead of resting across the soft tissue of the abdomen.

The booster seat is available for children over 40 pounds and up to 100 pounds.

Child safety seats should only be used in the back seats of the vehicle.

The front passenger seat and front air bags are not designed to protect a smaller child in a crash. The front air bags deploying could severely injure a child even in just a minor crash.

– Regular Seat Belt | Eight to 12 Years Old

The laws vary by state, but in most parts of the U.S., once a child reaches the age of 8, a weight of 80 pounds, and a height of 57 inches, he or she is legally allowed to graduate out of the booster seat to just being buckled by an adult seat belt.

The seat belt should fit across the upper thigh of the child and not their stomachs.

Early graduation from a booster seat to an adult seat belt can risk serious damage to vital organs in the event of a crash.

The seat belt must never run across a child’s face or neck. Falling on this part of their body could cause life-threatening injuries.

It is suggested that the child remains in the back seat until he or she has reached 13 years of age, and some states have specific age requirements where children must be seated in rear seats only.

Highlights

Here are the strictest rear-facing seat requirements across America:

  • California – under the age of two, under 40 pounds, and under 40 inches tall
  • Connecticut, New Jersey & Rhode Island – under the age of two or under 30 pounds

9 states: California, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York (effective 11/01/2019), Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and South Carolina all require children younger than two be in a rear-facing child seat.

New Hampshire is the only state to have no seat belt law in place. However, it does have a primary child passenger safety law that covers all drivers and passengers under 18.

Even the most lenient state for seat belts has child passenger laws:

  • Child Car Seat Required: Under seven-year-old and 57 inches tall or shorter
  • Adult Safety Belt Permissible: 7-17 years old. Under seven years if 57″ or taller.
  • Maximum Fine for 1st Offense: $50

Of the 50 U.S. states, 23 implement a very low fee of $50 or less for breaking car seat or seat belt laws, while some states such as Nevada penalize drivers with fines as high as $500 for breaking these laws.

Seven states have only a secondary law in effect for child safety restraints and seat belts.

A secondary law classification means that  police must have pulled over the driver for an additional reason (secondary reason), whereas a primary law allows a police officer to stop vehicles based solely on a child safety seat or seat belt violations.

Surprisingly, 33 states have no specific laws in place that require children to be in the back seat until a certain age, weight, or height.

Car Seats are Necessary

It is abundantly clear that car seats are important for a child’s safety and well-being. In 2004, car seats saved 451 lives in the U.S. alone. Additionally, data from the NHTSA points to a 67 percent reduction in the risk of serious injuries when parents put their children in well-fitted car seats.

Aside from it being the law, you as a parent should take the initiative to find the best car seat for your child’s needs and learn how to install it properly.

Complete Details: Car Seat Laws

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StatePrimary or Secondary EnforcementRear-Facing Seats: AgeRear-Facing Seats: WeightRear-Facing Seats: HeightForward-Facing Seats: AgeForward-Facing Seats: WeightForward-Facing Seats: HeightBooster Seats: AgeBooster Seats: WeightBooster Seats: HeightAdult Seat belt Allowed: AgeAdult Seat belt Allowed: WeightAdult Seat belt Allowed: HeightChildren Only in Back Seat Until: AgeChildren Only in Back Seat Until: WeightChildren Only in Back Seat Until: HeightCovered by Seat belt Law: AgeCovered by Seat belt Law: WeightCovered by Seat belt Law: HeightFinePoints
AlabamaPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-4 years old20-40 lbsNot specified5-6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law15 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseCar seat: 1 point
AlaskaPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-4 years old20 lbs and upNot specified5-7 years oldLess than 65 lbsLess than 57"More than 4 years oldMore than 65 lbsMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $15 Car seat: $50Car seat: pts tbd
ArizonaPrimary Car seat; Secondary Seat beltLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-4 years old20-40 lbsNot specified5-7 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 5 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $10 Car seat: $50No law
ArkansasPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-4 years old20-40 lbsNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldLess than 60 lbsNot specifiedMore than 6 years old60 lbs or moreNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law15 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $100No law
CaliforniaPrimaryLess than 2 years oldLess than 40lbsLess than 40" tallMore than 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldLess than 60 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $162 Car seat: $100Car seat: 1 point
ColoradoPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-3 years old20-40 lbsNot specified4-8 years old40 lbs or moreNot specifiedMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 2 years oldMore than 20 lbsNot specified16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $71 Car seat: $82No points
ConnecticutPrimaryLess than 2 years oldLess than 30 lbsNot specified2-4 years old30-40 lbsNot specified5-7 years old40-60 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years old60 lbs or moreNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $120 Car seat: $92 (18+) $120 (Car seat: 2 points
DelawarePrimaryLess than 1 year oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 1 year oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldLess than 66 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years old66 lbs or moreNot specifiedMore than 12 years oldNot specifiedMore than 66"16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseNo points
FloridaPrimaryLess than 3 years oldLess than 20 lbsNot specifiedLess than 3 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo lawNo law6 years or olderNot specifiedSeat belt: $30 Car seat: $60Car seat: 3 points
GeorgiaPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"Not specified40lbs and overMore than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $15 Car seat: $50Car seat: 1 point
HawaiiPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified4-7 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 4 years old40lbs and overMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $112 Car seat: $100No law
IdahoPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 7 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 7 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law7 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $10 ($51.50 ifNo law
IllinoisPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsHead must be more than one inch below top of seat1-4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified4-8 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 8 years old40lbs and overNot specifiedMore than 12 years oldNot specifiedNo law16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $75 (for 1st $200 for subsequent offenses)No points
IndianaPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-3 years oldLess than 30 lbsNot specified4-7 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years old40lbs and overNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseCar seat: pts tbd
IowaPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specifiedover 1 year oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo lawall ridersNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $127.50 Car seat: $195No law
KansasPrimary; Secondary in back >18Less than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified4-7 years oldLess than 80 lbsLess than 57"More than 8 years old (over 4 if meet height or weight requirements)More than 80 lbsMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law14 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$60 each offense (seat belt for 18+ $10)No law
KentuckyPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified40" and shorterLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedMore than 57"Seat belt: $25 Car seat: $50 child restraint $30 booster seatNo law
LouisianaPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-3 years old20-39 lbsNot specified4-5 years old40-60 lbsNot specified6 and olderMore than 60 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law13 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $100No law
MainePrimaryNot specifiedLess than 40 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 40 lbsNot specifiedLess than 8 years old40-80 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"More than 12 years oldMore than 100 lbsNot specified18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$50 each offense (child restraint: $250 for subsequent)No points
MarylandPrimary in front; Secondary in backNot specifiedNo lawNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldLess than 66 lbsLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $83 Car seat: $50No points
MassachusettsSecondaryNot specifiedNo lawNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law13 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseNo law
MichiganPrimaryNot specifiedNo lawNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specified57" and tallerOver 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedCar Seat: $10 forNo law
MinnesotaPrimaryNot specifiedUnder 20 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedMore than 57"Seat belt: $100 Car seat: $50No law
MississippiPrimaryLess than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified4-6 years oldLess than 65 lbsLess than 57"More than 7 years oldMore than 65 lbsMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law7 years or older65lbs and overMore than 57"$25 each offenseNo law
MissouriPrimaryLess than 4 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specified4-7 years old40-80 lbs57" and under4 and older if meet weight or height otherwise, 880 lbs and upMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedCar Seat: $50. $10 for over 80lbs or over 57" Seat Belt:No points
MontanaSecondaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldLess than 60 lbsNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law6 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $20 Car seat: $100No law
NebraskaSecondaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseCar seat: pts tbd
NevadaSecondaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 6 years oldLess than 60 lbsNot specifiedMore than 6 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law6 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $500 (min $100)No points
New HampshirePrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 7 years oldNot specified57" or shorterMore than 7 or under 7 if meet heightNot specified57" or tallerNot specifiedNot specifiedNo lawNo lawNo lawNo lawSeat belt: No law Car seat: $50No law
New JerseyPrimary in front; Secondary in backLess than 2 years oldLess than 30 lbsNot specified2-4 years old30-40 lbsNot specifiedunder 4 years oldunder 40 lbsNot specifiedMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedMore than 57"7 years and youngerMore than 80 lbs57" and upSeat belt: $46 Car seat: $75No law
New MexicoPrimaryLess than 1 year oldNot specifiedNot specified1-4 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specified5-6 years oldLess than 60 lbsNot specified7 and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offense2 pts for each offense
New YorkPrimaryunder 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specified3 and underLess than 40 lbsNot specified4-7 years oldNot specifiedNot specified8 and older. 4 and up if no lap/shoulder belt availableOver 40 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $50 Car seat: $100Seat belt: No law; Car seat: 3 pts
North CarolinaPrimary in front; Secondary in backNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underunder 80 lbsNot specified8 and older40-80 lbs if no shoulder beltNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified16 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $161 front seats. $10 back seat Car seat: $213Car seat: 2 points
North DakotaPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedunder 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"8 and olderNot specified57" and tallerNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: 18+ $20.Seat belt: 1 pt if rider
OhioSecondaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specified4-7 years oldMore than 40 lbsLess than 57"8 and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $30 driver $20 passenger. Car seat: $75No points
OklahomaPrimaryLess than 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 4 years oldNot specifiedNot specified4-7 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"8 and olderNot specified57" and tallerNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law13 years and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $20 Car seat: $208No points
OregonPrimaryuntil 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specified7 and younger40 lbs and underNot specifiedunder 8 years old40 lbs and over ifLess than 57"8 and olderNot specifiedMore than 57"Not specifiedNot specifiedNo lawall ridersNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $130 Car seat: $110No law
PennsylvaniaPrimaryLess than 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underNot specifiedNot specified8 and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 and olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $10 Car seat: $75No points
Rhode IslandPrimary2 years and underUnder 30 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underLess than 80 lbsLess than 57"8 and older80 lbs and over57" and tallerMore than 8 years oldNot specifiedNot specified8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $40 Car seat: $85 for kids 8-17: $40No law
South CarolinaPrimaryunder 2 years oldNot specifiedNot specified2-8 years oldNot specifiedNot specified2-8 years old if lap/shoulder beltNot specifiedNot specified8 and olderNot specified57" and taller8 and olderNot specifiedNot specified6 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $150No points
South DakotaSecondaryNot specifiedNo lawNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 5 years oldLess than 40 lbsNot specified5 and older40 lbs and overNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseNo points
TennesseePrimaryLess than 1 year old20 lbs and underNot specified1-3 years oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified4-8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"9 and olderNot specifiedMore than 57"9 and older (recommended for 12 & under)Not specifiedMore than 57"driver and all passengers 4 years & upNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $30 Car seat: $50No points
TexasPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedMore than 57"Seat belt:Car seat: 2 points
UtahPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underNot specifiedLess than 57"8 and olderNot specified57" and tallerNot specifiedNot specifiedNo lawall ridersNot specifiedNot specified$45 each offenseNo points
VermontPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified1-7 years oldover 20 lbsNot specified8 and olderover 20 lbsNot specifiedMore than a year oldover 20 lbsNot specified18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specified$25 each offenseNo law
VirginiaPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underNot specifiedNot specified8 & older (4 & up with doc note)Not specifiedNot specifiedmust be in back if in rear-facing seat unless air bag deactivatedNot specifiedNot specified18 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $50No points
WashingtonPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedLess than 8 years oldNot specifiedLess than 57"8 and older40 lbs and over if only lap belt available57" and tallerOver 13 years old (if practical)Not specifiedNot specifiedover 8 years oldNot specifiedover 57"$124 each offenseNo law
West VirginiaPrimaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified7 and underNot specifiedLess than 57"More than 8 years oldNot specified57" and tallerNot specifiedNot specifiedNo law8 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $25 Car seat: $20No points
WisconsinPrimaryLess than 1 year oldLess than 20 lbsNot specified1-3 years old20-39 lbsNot specified4-7 years old40- 80 lbsLess than 57"8 and older80 lbs and up57" and taller4 years old40 lbsNot specifiedall riders except those in child restraintNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: $10 Car seat:No points
WyomingSecondaryNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specified8 and underNot specifiedNot specified9 and olderNot specifiedNot specified9 years oldNot specifiedNot specified9 years or olderNot specifiedNot specifiedSeat belt: driver-$25 passenger-$10 Car seat: $50No law

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