Alaska Child Car Seat and Booster Laws

In Alaska, a child must be in a child restrain:

  • Rear Facing Child Car Seat: if younger than 1 or less than 20 pounds in a rear-facing infant seat;
  • Child Car Seat: 1 through 4 years and more than 20 pounds in a child restraint,
  • Booster Seat: 4 through 15 years who are either shorter than 57 inches or who weigh more than 20 but less than 65 pounds in a booster.

An Adult safety belt is permissible for children 4 through 7 years who are at least 57 inches or 65+ pounds; 7 through 15 who are shorter than 57 inches or weigh less than 65 pounds.

The information contained on this site are for reference only. Please check the with you state for up to date information.


 


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