My boys almost 6 and 8 ride in the MG more than anyone else. There's no
that's the biggest problem with kids in the front seat. Last year, the
boys used the booster
seat most of the time in the 'B this year, the 8 year old is out of the
booster completely (more
than tall enough and over 80 lbs). And for the 6 year old, I have the
seat belt modifier strap
that moves the shoulder harness of the neck. For longer trips, I'll grab
the booster, he can see
better that way. And, of course, it's just nice easy cruises.
Chris Thompson wrote:
>Bert Palte (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>>Dear Fellow Listers,
>>Anyone who has a suggestion? BTDT?
>Isn't that what the luggage rack is for?
>Seriously though, I also would love to hear the answer to this question.
>Although I'm way past the ability to load the whole family in a Roadster,
>as child #3 was born in December.
>I'm young enough (34) that all I've ever heard is that you never put a
>child in the front seat of a car. Now I've got a 7 year old, a 4 year old
>and a newborn. While I don't drive the kids around a whole lot, what is the
>preferred means of doing so at various ages?
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