Check out this helpful blog by Erie Insurance:
Laws and vehicle safety standards for children in the U.S. have changed a lot over the years. It wasn’t until the 1970s that child safety seats were required to have belts and harnesses. It took another 10 years for federal car seat crash tests to become standard.
So how do you know when your child can – or should – ride in the front seat? Finding an answer to this question is more difficult than you’d think.