Seat belts are extremely important, as they protect you in the case of a crash, so you don't lurch forward, etc. and injure yourself. Every passenger is required to wear a seat belt by law.
If you are talking about a child's car seat the answer is yes. Just make sure the car seat is installed in the rear of the van. Children should never ride in the front seat.
The Graco My Ride 65 Convertible Car Seat has good reviews online, it can fit both babies when used as a rear-facing car seat, and toddlers when used as a front-facing car seat.
All states have enacted Child Passenger Safety Laws. Most of these require the child to be in the rear seat whenever possible. However, the specific details of the laws vary from state to state.
In a crash, rear seat passengers in a car
The front seat of the car.
the front seat of the car I think.....
If the car is only a 2 seater you can put a FORWARD facing car seat on the passenger side, but I'm not sure about a rear facing car seat.
under the car hood, or ive seen them under the rear left passenger seat
Im not sure but i think its around 45-50mph =)
Putting a car seat in the front seat of your car is a terrible idea, regardless of the country. The height of the airbags can break a childs neck if just in a booster, and can jar a rear facing car seat, in the event of an accident. The front passenger seat is statistically the most dangerous seat in the car to in during an accident.
2 front bucket seats and a full rear seat, 5 passenger car.
definatly the heater core
The passenger would move forward, and either hit the seat or the windshield due to the inertia of the passenger (tendency to not change motion).
If you have a child in the front seat of a car, you must ensure they are wearing a seat belt and that the airbag is connected. An unrestrained child without an airbag will be flung through the windshield in a crash and will die.The only exception to this is if you've got a baby in a rear-facing car seat strapped to the passenger seat. The baby seat must, without exception, be attached to the seat solidly, or the seat must be strapped to the seat in an approved manner. Then the airbag must be disconnected to prevent crush injuries in a crash.Urban myths have spread about airbags being dangerous. They are not, but not using a seatbelt is very dangerous; not using a seatbelt for your child is wanton neglect. For best results, strap your child into a car seat, fitted by professionals, on the rear seat of your car.
the battery is located under the rear seat. to remove the seat there are two little handles on each side of the rear seat once pulled on the handles the seat can be taken out. Usually there will be black lining that you take off and there is the battery on the rear passenger side.there you can jump start you car.