You asked: Can you take a baby in a taxi?

As you might be familiar with the car seat laws, in most of the US states, taxis are NOT obliged to use and provide parents with the child restraint safety systems and all other following equipment. So, as you can conclude, taxis DON’T use car seats and relatable safety systems for your children.

How do you travel with a baby in a taxi?

Current car seat laws in California require:

  1. All children under the age of 8 years old or 4 feet 9 inches tall to be transported in the backseat of the vehicle in an appropriate child seat.
  2. Children younger than 2 years or under 40 pounds to ride in a rear-facing car seat.

Can you hold a baby in a taxi?

Presently, under English law, children can travel without a car seat in a taxi or minicab (including Uber, car service, etc.) if they sit in the back seat and wear an adult seat belt when they are 3 or older, or sit without a seat belt if they are under 3 (i.e., you belt in and they sit on your lap).

Do infants need car seats in taxis?

If a taxi driver doesn’t provide the correct child car seat, children can travel without one, but only if they travel in a rear seat, and wear an adult seat belt if they’re three years or older. … United States: Child safety seats are mandatory, but the requirements differ from state to state.

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Can you bring a baby on a bus?

You cannot use a car seat on a public city bus because the bus does not have a seat belt or lower latch anchors–so there is no way to secure the car seat properly. To safely take your child on the bus, make sure you hold your child tightly or use a front pack carrier (BabyBjorn, Ergo, Snugli, baby wrap, etc).