...I'm having trouble finding out what's legal for my state pertaining to high back and no back boosters, and when it's okay to use them, age/weight/height?Answer Question
I know you need a high back if the seat back/head rest isn't able to be adjusted high enough.... like in my huddy's truck we have to have a high back, and in my suv we only need the no-back b/c there is a head rest in the back seat.
Best bet is to call your local Police or Fire department's non-emergency # and ask!! ;o)
Answer by Crafty26 at 9:28 PM on Apr. 11, 2011
Washington law requires a child who is less than 8 years of age or 4'9" tall (which ever comes first) be properly restrained in a child booster seat when both lap and shoulder belts are available. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends booster seats, used in conjunction with lap/shoulder belts, be used until the child is 8 years old unless the child is 4'9".
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