Virginia Car Seat Law
Virginia car seat laws require that children under 8 use a child safety seat. There is no restriction based on height or weight.
Written by Bonnie Stinson
Reviewed by Kathleen Flear
Key Takeaway Children under the age of eight need to ride in a federally approved child restraint system, and kids under 2 must be rear-facing in Virginia.
Key Takeaway Breaking the child car seat law in Virginia will earn you a $50 fine.
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