Laws in most states are for children in car seats to be rear facing until 1 in most states but HIGHLY recommend rear facing until two for safety and a lot of states are pushing for the law to be rear-facing until two. If you are looking for a car seat make sure that you can keep your child rear-facing until two years old so you don’t have to buy a new one if they change the law. As a general rule children should be in a car seat until 4 years old and 40 lbs. Booster seat until 8 years old and 80 lbs. Remember to not relay on this list for current law in your state. Use this as a guide but make sure you follow the laws that are current in your particular state
Click HERE to see the list of laws by state, each state is different so make sure you are obeying the law for your state.
Click HERE to find out if you can reuse a car seat & do they expire?
click HERE to find out how to dispose of your expired car seat.