Frequent question: Can you put a car seat on a motorcycle?

Can I put a baby on a motorcycle?

A child must be at least four feet, nine inches to lawfully ride on the back of a motorcycle. This is the height at which a child no longer requires a car seat, and at which a child can reach motorcycle passenger footrests. If a child is too short to reach the footrests, odds are that child is an unlawful passenger.

Do you need a license to drive a motorcycle?

You have to to have a motorcycle license, endorsement or permit to drive a motorcycle, no matter which state you live in. In most states, anyone under 18 has to carry a motorcycle permit before they can apply for a motorcycle license.

Why is rear-facing safer?

That’s because a rear-facing seat spreads the crash force more evenly across the back of the car seat and the child’s body. It also limits the motion of the head, reducing the potential for neck injury, and keeps the child more contained within the shell of the child restraint.

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