2. Use the Back Seat

Many states have laws regarding the age at which kids can safely ride in the front seat, typically around the age of twelve. This is largely because of the size requirements that accompany the air bag in the passenger side of the car.

I know it’s hard to turn down your tween when all his friends are riding in the front seat, but it’s safer for kids to stay in the back no matter how much they whine and complain. Plus, if they stay in the back they can’t change your radio station in the middle of your favorite song. Everyone wins!

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