Jefferson Lines encourages customers to use Child Safety Seats

Jefferson Lines encourages customers to use Child Safety Seats
Rear-Facing Seat
Infants under 20 pounds and under 1 year of
age should be in a rear-facing infant seat
Forward-Facing Seat
Over 1 year in age, and over 20 pounds
Belt-Positioning Booster Seat
Children under age 8 and shorter than 4 feet 9
inches should be in a child safety seat or
Boosters are for children up to 4 feet 9 inches,
typically ages 4-8
Jefferson Lines encourages customers to use Child Safety Seats when traveling with small children. Parents/guardians traveling with children who do not
require a ticket may travel with the child in the adjoining seat at no cost unless seating capacity becomes an issue. At that point the driver may ask the
customer to hold the child and check the Child Safety Seat underneath the coach to make room for ticketed passengers. In order to guarantee use of the
adjoining seat, the space must be purchased at the discounted child fare.
You should ensure that your Child Safety Seat has been approved for use in a motor vehicle, and is used in accordance with the manufacturer's
It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to secure the Child Safety Seat to the bus seat with strapping or webbing that is approved by the Child Safety Seat
manufacturer. The parent/guardian is responsible for providing the strapping or the webbing and should also secure the child in the Child Safety Seat with a
manufacturer-approved lap and/or shoulder belt or harness. Many Jefferson Lines motorcoaches are equipped with 3-point seat belts that may be used to
secure the child Safety Seat but Jefferson Lines does not provide special belts or harnesses for this purpose.
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