Colorado dating laws
Colorado law requires infants under 1 year old and under 20 lbs. If your child is older than 1 and heavier than 20 pounds, it is legal for him/her to ride in the front passenger seat—but not recommended.
Some cities have added additional protected classes to state and federal laws.
NEVER place a rear-facing child restraint in front of an active airbag.
Colorado Law requires children to be in boosters (or other appropriate car seats) until they are 8 years old.
Vehicle manufacturers also display warnings against allowing children to sit in the front seat due to the danger posed by air bags.
Colorado law stipulates that children younger than 1 year and lighter than 20 pounds must ride in the back seat; however, the safest practice is to keep children in the back seat until they turn 13.