The new Quebec regulations will determine how long a child is needed to use car seats or booster seats.
From April 18 onwards, children must be included in these types of seats up to nine or 1.45 meters tall.
According to the current Quebec guidelines, children should use the car seats or high-speed seats until they reach a height of 63 inches tall.
Breaking Quebec's laws, it can create a fine of $ 100 and three demerits.
There is a different age in all territories and territories. Some places in Canada do not take specific rules about motorized seats.
The Canadian Passenger Safety Association (CPSAC), which provides training for how to properly install the seat of the car, has completed the list of relevant legislation throughout the country.
The Ministry of Transportation must use the Ontario children's seat back facing if the child weighs at least 9 kg (20 lb).
In the province's Highway Traffic Law, children weighing up to 9 kg for children of 18 kg (20 to 40 lb) can use a child's front seat or a rear-facing car seating.
Booster seats are required for children weighing 18 kg and 36 kg (40 to 80 lb), less than 1.45 m (4.9) tall and under eighty.
British Columbia has a similar policy, and children at the back seat must have at least 12 months of age and more than 9 kg.
The seats must be connected to this type, up to 18 kg.
Children under nine years old should have sloping seats up to 60 cm in height or strap.
Depending on the website of the Saferoads in the Alberta (link), the child is safest in front of the house, at least two years or until the maximum height or height of the backrest of the backrest has been reached, as stated by the manufacturer.
After passing the back of the child's seat, they should be facing the front, at least 18 kg (40 kg) or six years old.
The next step is a booster or combination seat, and there is no specific law.
New Manitoba and Brunswick
In the Manitoba Highway Traffic Act, the age of the child requires a car seat or a booster seat adapted for weight and height.
Booster seat must be up to 145 cm tall, up to 36 kg height, 36 kg or nine years old.
New Brunswick rules are the same.
In Scotland, children should be looking back in one year and up to 10 kg (22 kg), according to CPSAC.
Children must be included in the car seat up to a weight of 18 kg.
The booster seat should be used up to 145 cm or nine years.
Newfoundland and Labrador
In Newfoundland and Labradore, children must sit at the rear seats at least 9 kg (20 lb) and weigh up to at least 18 kilograms (40 lb) until they are sitting in the front of the car.
The booster seat must be used up to nine years or up to 145 cm (4.9 ") tall and 37 kg (81.5 lb).
Prince Edward Island
On the island, children must be placed in a back seat until they are up to 10 kg.
The car seat should be used up to at least 18 kg. A booster must be used up to 145 cm (4 ") up to 10 years or until the manufacturer's weight limit is exceeded.
Saskatchewan has ruled that a child needs to use a car seat of at least 18 kg (40 lb), but the rules on the front seats are not provided.
Children should ride in a booster for seven years or until they reach up to 36 kg (80 lb) and 145 cm in height (4 & # 39).
In Yukon, children have to sit in the rear seats until they have at least 10 kg (22 lb) without needing help.
Regarding the law, drivers must use the child's age, weight and height, until they weigh at least 22 kg (48 lb).
A booster seat must be used up to 145 cm (4.9 ") tall or 45 kg (100 lb).
Northwest Territories and Nunavut
A child must wear a back seat at least 9 kg (20 lb) and then weigh at least 18 kg (40 lb) until weigh the car seat.
Both do not have parliamentary domains.