Oregon Car Seat and Booster Seat Laws
Rear-Facing Car Seat
Children under age 1, regardless of weight, and children weighing 20 pounds or less must be properly restrained in a rear-facing child safety seat.
Children weighing 40 pounds or less are required to use an appropriate child safety seat.
- Children weighing 40 pounds or less are required to use an appropriate child safety seat.
- Children weighing more than 40 pounds but who are 4' 9" or less or under age 8 must be in a booster seat.
- Children weighing more than 40 pounds but who are 4' 9" or less must be in a safety system that elevates the child so that an adult seat belt fits properly.
- Children taller than 4' 9" and ages 8 to 15 must be in a seat belt.
Law states no preference.
Fines & Penalties
Maximum fine for first offense is $110.
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