Children age 8 – 12 years old
- Should use a booster seat.
- The booster seat elevates the child so that the seat belt fits him or her properly.
- Once again, the rear seat is the safest location for a child in a booster seat.
- When a child is around 4 feet, 9 inches tall, he or she is likely ready to use a regular seat belt without a booster seat.
- The shoulder belt portion of the seat belt should fit snugly across the chest, and the lap belt portion should fit over the pelvis.
- If a child is not ready to use a regular seat belt, he or she should continue to use a booster seat.
- In just a moment, you’ll be ready to start the vehicle.
- When you entered the vehicle, you placed the key in the ignition so that the key wouldn’t fall between the front seats.
A typical ignition switch has four positions: Off, Accessory, On and Start.