Oklahoma Car Seat and Booster Seat Laws

Rear-Facing Car Seat

Children under 2 or under the height and weight limit provided by child restraint system must sit in rear facing car seat.

Car Seat

Children 5 years and younger must be in an appropriate child safety seat.

Booster Seat

Children at least 4 and up to 8 years old and under 4 feet 9 inches must use a booster seat.

Seat Belt

  • Children 8 years of age or taller than 4 feet 9 inches must wear a seat belt.
  • Children weighing more than 40 pounds may use a lap-only safety belt if rear seating positions do not have a lap/shoulder belt system.

Seating Position

Law states no preference.

Fines & Penalties

Maximum fine for first offense is $50 and up to $207.90 with court costs.

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Source: "Child Passenger Safety Laws." Governors Highway Safety Association. Updated September 2011.

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